- Posts by Jocelyn McAdamAssociate
Jocelyn McAdam is an associate in Lawson Lundell’s Labour, Employment and Human Rights Group and Privacy and Data Management Group in Vancouver.
Jocelyn advises clients on a range of labour and employment issues, including ...
Sometimes, employers allow employees to arrive at work later than their official start time. Employers can take comfort in the fact that this occasional permissiveness does not mean that employees can demand a later start time.
In Peternel v. Custom Granite & Marble Ltd., 2019 ONSC 5064, the Ontario Divisional Court held that an employer’s flexibility regarding start ...
Monday, October 21, 2019 is Federal Election Day. Under the Canada Elections Act, employees who are eligible to vote are entitled to three consecutive hours of time off to do so. These three consecutive hours (“voting time”) must fall within the following voting hours on polling day.
Electoral District Time Zone
Mountain Time Zone
7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
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