On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. This past year has truly been an annus horribilis! How we live, work and connect has changed...
One of the biggest issues in Ontario employment law since March 2020 has been whether an employer
IMPORTANT UPDATE: THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC TEMPORARY LAYOFF DEEMED “INFECTIOUS DISEASE EMERGENCY LEAVE” EXTENSION ENDS JULY 3, 2021
Important employment changes have been implemented since the COVID-19 pandemic had started.
Waksdale v. Swegon North America: Court of Appeal for Ontario rewrites employment contract
I hope you’re easing into 2021 like a knife through butter. Because cutting it in 2020 was tough, both at work and on the home front.
In October 2020, the Law Society of Ontario (“LSO”) approved reforms to how the province’s lawyers and paralegals may charge contingency fees to their clients.
According to 2020 research, money (38%) is the number one cause of stress for Canadians by a large margin, followed by personal health (25%), work (21%) and relationships (16%).