All for one, one for all? Common Employer Doctrine revisited by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice
Ontario Employers acting within a corporate structure must be aware of King
In King v. 1416088 Ontario Ltd. (“King”), the Ontario Superior Court of Justice found a group of corporate defendants jointly and severally for damages arising from a wrongful dismissal claim amounting to almost $150,...
Pregnancy and Parental Leaves – Ontario and B.C.
Employment standards, such as rules surrounding pregnancy and parental leave, are regulated at the provincial level. This means that if your business operates in more than one province, it is vital to consider how policies that relate to employees may vary between the different locations....
Understanding Vacation Entitlements in Ontario
Understanding vacation entitlements under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 can be confusing for employers.
Vacation pay and vacation time are two separate issues in Ontario. Most employees are entitled to vacation pay, which must be at least four per cent of the employee’s gross wages earned in...