In this new era of COVID-19, employees and employers alike have many questions on how to navigate COVID-19 challenges.
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The recent termination of a sports coach at Western University underscores the importance of robust workplace investigations with misconduct claims.
An Ontario Superior Court judge has awarded my client — a real estate agent — 11 months of commission after this real estate brokerage, Sotheby’s, terminated his services.
My client’s fixed-term agreement still had 11 months remaining when the brokerage let him go without cause.
On Nov. 14, 2023, Ontario introduced Bill 149, Working for Workers Four Act, 2023 (Bill 149), for first reading, meaning it is not yet law.
A recent legal decision out of Quebec is a reminder to employers of the importance of thorough investigations for allegations of sexual harassment — even if the incident occurs outside the workplace.
Swann Law is presenting the Employment Law Update at The Law Society of Ontario Business Law Summit. What’s in store? Non-Competition and Lingering Work from Home Issues. Join us at 130 Queen St W, Donald Lamont Learning Centre, Suite 100, Toronto ON