September 11, 2017 Stuart Rudner told the Globe and Mail a few years ago, employers must walk on egg shells when approaching an older worker with performance issues: “As soon as you say anything …’You seem to be slowing down,’ even if it relates to age indirectly, you are opening yourself to a human rights claim… you have got to treat this so cautiously.”
September 6, 2017 Lawyer and author Stuart Rudner has opened a new firm. Located in Markham, Ont., Rudner Law was created with a focus on employment law and dispute resolution and mediation in mind.
September 5, 2017 Stuart explains your options if one of your employees is caught “on tape” (as we used to say) at a rally of white supremacists / neo-Nazis, avidly chanting racist, anti-Semitic and other offensive slogans?
September 1, 2017 Toronto employment lawyer and mediator Stuart Rudner says that in his view, many people in Canada have forgotten the meaning behind Labour Day.
August 29, 2017 Stuart answers this question: If an employee is required to sign a new employment contract that introduces a new severance clause and changes other elements in order to get a promotion, is the new position enough to justify the changes?
August 23, 2017 Stuart is interviewed on BC Almanac (@BCalmanac) on CBC Radio (Vancouver) regarding the recent decision of the BC Ferries to ban smoking, and the legal implications for the employment relationship.
June 28, 2017 Stuart is quoted in the Globe & Mail on Bill 132's effect on workplace reporting of occupational health and safety issues.
June 22, 2017 Stuart outlines the various accommodation responsibilities of employers based on the types of marijuana users they might encounter in their workplace.
May 11, 2017 Stuart on whether it is legal to expect employees that once had a corporate credit card to now cover weekly travel expenses on their own personal credit card.
May 10, 2017 Nadia Zaman comments on the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s report on sexualized and gender-based dress codes in restaurants.