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Posts from March 2018.

In the recent Ontario decision Cook v. Hatch, 2017 ONSC 47, Lederer J. wrote that "if the parties to a contract seek to limit the notice requirements in the event of a termination but understand that they are bound by the minimum requirements of the applicable legislation, such a provision is not difficult to draft."

Nevertheless, drafting effective termination clauses that ...

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Issues regarding procedural fairness in workplace investigations are on the rise. This is a good time to review standards of fairness and provide investigation tips we often share with clients. 

Employers conduct investigations in a number of different contexts, including Workers’ Compensation incidents, bullying and harassment complaints, and employee ...
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Alberta’s Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of the Court of Queen’s Bench granting the Union’s request for an interim injunction. The interim injunction blocks Suncor’s random drug testing policy at the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo site. The injunction will apply until the underlying arbitration is decided; a final decision will be made either by ...

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