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Employee Rights on the Sale of a Business

Employee Rights on the Sale of a Business

When businesses change ownership, employees are usually just happy to hear that they aren’t immediately losing their jobs. However, change of ownership can have far reaching consequences on an employee’s severance entitlements. There are two methods in which a... read more
Resignation v. Constructive Dismissal?

Resignation v. Constructive Dismissal?

In most cases, an employee who resigns from employment is not legally entitled to severance. However, the distinction between resignation and constructive dismissal has become increasingly complex in employment litigation. In the recent case of Persaud v Telus... read more
Harassment at Work

Harassment at Work

Ontario Superior Court awards damages for Harassment in Landmark Case In the realm of employment law, it isn’t at all uncommon for clients to advise that they have suffered harassment at the hands of their employer – but until now, it has been unheard of that a Court... read more
What to do if Your Employer Stops Paying You

What to do if Your Employer Stops Paying You

“My Employer Didn’t Pay Me, Now What?” I often get calls from prospective clients who have not been paid by their employer for a period of time, sometimes as long as a few months. In some instances, the issue stems from the employer being a start-up... read more

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