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Five questions companies should be asking employees

Here are five questions that a company, either through its managers or human resources department should be asking its employees on a routine basis: 1. Are you aware of the company’s open-door policy? If the employee is not aware of … Continue reading

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Rights and Responsibilities of Ontario Restaurant Owners and Employees

According to Restaurants Canada, the Canadian food service industry employs over 1.2 million people. With so many people involved in this industry, whether as franchise owners, professional chefs or part-time servers, it is important to be aware of the workplace … Continue reading

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Seventh Circuit Gives New Legs to Employee’s ADA Suit

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DOL Opinion Letter Addresses Whether Employees Must Be Paid for Wellness Activities

Over the past fifteen years, wellness programs have generated more than their fair share of litigation and regulatory scrutiny – primarily over the issue of whether they comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.  A related compliance issue that has … Continue reading

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Severance for Commissioned Employees

In addition to paying base salary over the reasonable notice period (i.e. the severance period), must an employer pay an … The post Severance for Commissioned Employees appeared first on Toronto Employment Lawyers. Read more detail on Recent Employment Law … Continue reading

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