An International Guide to Employment Law Across 26 Jurisdictions offers analysis on a host of employment law matters, ranging from hiring foreign nationals and business transfers to wages, annual leave and working time.
This comprehensive publication includes contributions from 15 L&E Global member firms and will be a valuable resource for all HR professionals.
In the recent decision of R. v Cole,  S.C.J. No. 53, the Supreme Court of Canada considered the admissibility of evidence in a criminal trial of a teacher found to have child pornography on an employer-provided laptop computer. In reaching its decision the Supreme Court of Canada made a number of important observations regarding […]
L&E Global’s Special Report on International Restructurings covers the types of restructuring methods available to employers, provides statistical analysis on restructuring activities throughout Europe, North America, and the South Pacific, details efforts to improve or minimize restructuring and highlights restructuring trends in the L&E Global member countries. This report is an example of L&E Global’s […]
Please find here the latest edition of Jackson Lewis’ International Employment Issues Practice Group Cross-Border Newsletter, entitled “Family Leave Trends for a Global Company”. This edition focusses on the overall global movement towards increased accommodations for parents before and after childbirth, both through legislation and business culture.
Over the last year or two, the Temporary Foreign Worker Program has been the subject of tremendous public scrutiny and negative media attention. It began in March 2012 when HD Mining applied to bring over 200 Chinese nationals to conduct exploration work in British Columbia. The work permits were granted in April 2012.
L&E Global’s Global Employment Law Highlights Spring 2013 report covers the latest trends in employment law throughout the world.
The Court of Appeal recently upheld the decision of a trial judge who found that an employer did not have just cause to dismiss a long service employee who violated a workplace health and safety rule.
Even when an employee is offered a termination package and signs a release, the Court may find that a release is unconscionable or grossly unfair and set it aside. That is precisely what happened in Rubin v. Home Depot Canada Inc., 2012 ONSC 2053.
These articles on Canadian labour and employment law matters have been authored courtesy of the following Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti (L&E Global Canada) attorneys: Giovanna Di Sauro, Associate, firstname.lastname@example.org; Laura Freitag, Associate, email@example.com; and Cassandra Ma, Associate, firstname.lastname@example.org.For more information on these articles or any other issues involving labour and employment matters in Canada, please contact Robert Bayne, Partner at Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti (www.filion.on.ca) at rbayne@