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Ontario Court of Appeal Punts on Whether Putting an Employee on IDEL Is/Is not Constructive Dismissal

One of the most discussed and debated questions was whether the Ontario government’s creation of IDEL allowed employers to unilaterally put an employee on leave without triggering a constructive dismissal.

Bill 88: More Changes to Employment Related Legislation

A summary of Bill 88: Working for Workers Act, 2022 and the key changes to employment related legislation that it includes.

Right to Disconnect Policies

In this video update, Nadia Zaman talks about Right to Disconnect policies, which were introduced in the Working for Workers Act 2021, or Bill 27, and what this means for employers and employees.

Bill 88: Working for Workers Act, 2022

In this video update, Geoffrey Lowe talks about Bill 88: Working for Workers Act, 2022, and what changes it will bring if passed.
Bill 27, Working for Workers Act, 2021

More Proposed Changes to Employment Laws

If Bill 27, Working for Workers Act, 2021 is passed into legislation, then the following proposed changes will become law.

COVID-19: Getting Back to Business (Again) – FAQ

We wanted to offer a guide to some of the most common issues that we have been asked about in recent weeks about returning to the office.

Canadian HR Reporter’s Readers’ Choice Awards 2021

For the third year in a row, the Rudner Law team is honoured to be voted one of the Top 3 Employment and Labour Boutiques in the 2021 Canadian HR Reporter's Readers Choice Awards.