In March 2017, Susan Crawford of CCPartners successfully obtained a decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal
A recap of the top cases and major legislative changes
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One disgruntled worker insisted his employment agreement was unclear but two courts have now ruled otherwise.
An employer’s financial circumstance has no bearing on how they calculate reasonable notice, warns one industry lawyer.
A recent Ontario decision has rendered many bonus policies less effective – here, a leading employment lawyer explains.
Crawford Chondon and Partners take a look back at the top cases and key legislative changes that impacted your workplace.
One leading employment lawyer has offered her advice to HR professionals who want to avoid holiday party liability.
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A recent federal decision weighs whetheremployer need not prove “just cause” before dismissing an employee under s.240 of the Canada Labour Code