The 2019 Bill legislated a max 1% compensation increase affecting approx. 780,000 workers in the public and broader public sector in ON. This article reviews the Court’s decision in ON English Catholic Teachers Assn. v. His Majesty and the potential impact on affected employers.Read more
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Mathews Dinsdale recognized by The Legal500 Canada 2023 as a leading firm in Labour and Employment, highlighting our national reach. Testimonial - "It is the only workplace law firm with offices from coast-to-coast, so being a national organization ourselves this is extremely important to us. It was Canada’s first law firm to devote its practice to employment law."
Mathews Dinsdale is proud to, once again, be recognized as one of Canada’s Best Law Firms by The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business. In its second year, the list recognizes the most recommended law firms across Canada.
New Amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations Strengthen Protections for Temporary Foreign Workers
Amendments, which came into effect on September 26, 2022, will bolster the employer compliance regime and increase employers’ legal obligations when hiring TFW under the IMP and under the TFWP.Read more
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario Weighs in On the Jurisdiction Over the Human Rights Complaints of Unionized Employees
This article analyzes the HRTO decision in Weilgosh v. London District Catholic School Board in relation to last year’s SCC’s decision, North Regional Health Authority v. Horrocks.Read more
Mathews Dinsdale has once again been recognized as a leading law firm in the Chambers Canada 2023 Guide for Employment & Labour - Nationwide, Ontario and British Columbia. Congratulations to our lawyers in BC, AB, ON and Atlantic Canada, who have been ranked and recognized this year.
In this issue: 1) To Track or Not to Track: Your Organization Needs an Electronic Monitoring Policy for That; 2) Kosteckyj v Paramount: Employee had 25 days to Claim Constructive Dismissal; 3) “Quiet Quitting”: Emerging Issues and the Future of WorkRead more
The Federal Government has announced that effective October 1, 2022, all COVID-19 border measures will be lifted. This article details what this means for travellers.Read more
In two recent awards, Ontario arbitrators held it was reasonable for employers to insist on employees getting at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, even in the context of the Omicron variant.Read more