With an increasing number of employees working from home, and the rise in cost of living, many employees are turning to secondary sources of income to supplement their full-time employment. … Read More
The Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2, introduced increases to the notice requirements for individual terminations of employment under the Canada Labour Code, and the Federal Government has confirmed that … Read More
In the context of workplace harassment, constructive dismissal may be found where an employer fails to provide a work environment that is civil, respectful and harassment-free. The offending conduct must … Read More
On August 16, 2018, Michael Henderson was fatally injured in a workplace accident at a construction site in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Following the accident, Jason King, Mr. Henderson’s supervisor was … Read More
October 1 has become the date upon which Saskatchewan employers must modify the compensation paid to minimum-wage employees. In previous years, minimum wage increases have been determined pursuant to a … Read More
This article was prepared with the assistance of summer law student Tye Hapke.
Federally regulated employers will soon have new statutory obligations for reimbursing employment expenses and providing employment information to … Read More