Working from a Home Away from Home: Key Considerations for Employers Regarding Overseas Remote Work Arrangements
For many employers, the continued risk of COVID-19 has necessitated the transition to long-term “work from home” arrangements.
No Take-Backs: Ontario Decision Finds Employer Liable for Wrongful Dismissal After Rescinding Job Offer Prior to Start Date
In Kim v BT Express Freight Systems (2020), 317 ACWS (3d) 255 [Kim], the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the “Court”) confirmed that an employer may be found liable for wrongful dismissal [...]
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Awards Massive Damages to Employee Coerced Into Sexual Relationship with Supervisor
A recent decision of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (the “Tribunal”) highlights the complexities of determining whether sexual conduct between co-workers was consensual in the context of [...]