Is your boss tracking you? Stuart for the Globe and Mail.
Ready to go back to the office? Employers and workers are divided over the fate of remote work – Nadia quoted in the Globe and Mail
Ontario to introduce legislation forcing employers to tell employees if they are tracking them electronically – Stuart comments for the Globe and Mail
Ontario introduces legislation to ban non-compete clauses for employees. Stuart comments.
Stuart comments on job postings requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for the Globe and Mail.
The Globe and Mail: Employment lawyers warn companies about legal risks in temporary layoffs
Businesses – particularly retailers and others that have been forced to shut down according to government orders – could also argue that the employment contract has been “frustrated,” meaning it is impossible to perform as there is no work to…
The Globe and Mail: BlackRock executive Mark Wiseman exits investment firm over failure to disclose relationship with colleague
Stuart Rudner, an employment lawyer and mediator in Toronto, says he advises corporate clients against imposing blanket bans on workplace relationships.
Globe and Mail: Sign here: Why the increasing use of non-compete clauses is bad for employees, and the economy
In some cases, U.S. companies with Canadian divisions seek to apply an American legal approach on employees in Canada. Stuart Rudner, a Toronto lawyer with his own employment and HR practice, says the result can be a fear factor. “Even…
The Globe and Mail, Career Advice, Nine to Five
Stuart provides the first answer to the following question: I have been charged with assault. Will this hinder my ability to land a new job?