Employment law

Accommodation doesn't have to be employee's preferred choice

Accommodation doesn't have to be employee's preferred choice

Employers are well aware of the significant obligation imposed by the duty to accommodate

Court overturns decisions on severance and LTD benefits

Court overturns decisions on severance and LTD benefits

The employee in this case was employed by the insurer for 14 years

Frustration of contract resolved by summary judgement

Frustration of contract resolved by summary judgement

A welcome decision for employers recently came to light

Can you fire an employee for lying?

Can you fire an employee for lying?

Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?

Frustration of contract resolved by way of summary judgement

Frustration of contract resolved by way of summary judgement

A welcome decision for employers

What does Bill 124 mean for employers?

What does Bill 124 mean for employers?

The Ontario Government is currently on its summer recess