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August 26, 2022

How should employers react to the UK government’s recent announcements around menopause?

Menopause affects 51% of the population and women of menopausal age are the fastest growing group in the workforce. The UK government’s legislative approach to supporting women in the workplace going through menopause, however, remains in flux.

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August 25, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court Decides Employment Contract’s Unenforceable Confidentiality and Conflict-of-Interest Clauses Invalidated All Termination Provisions

Two years ago in Waksdale v. Swegon North America Inc., 2020 ONCA 391, the Ontario Court of Appeal established the proper method for determining whether a termination clause in an employment agreement is enforceable.

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August 22, 2022

British Columbia Tribunal Finds Employer that Unilaterally Removed Employee on Maternity Leave from Management Position Liable for Discrimination and Constructive Dismissal

The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal’s decision in LaFleche v. NLFD Auto, 2022 BCHRT 88, provides employers with insight into how they should conduct themselves while their employees are on a leave of absence.

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August 22, 2022

Alberta Court of Appeal Finds Employee Must Express Lack of Consent to Employer’s Unilateral Reduction of Compensation Quickly to Claim Constructive Dismissal

A recent Alberta Court of Appeal decision relating to constructive dismissal assesses the timing of an employee’s objection to an employer’s unilateral reduction of their compensation.

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August 17, 2022

Alberta, Canada: Court Uses Oppression Remedy to Hold Corporate Directors Personally Liable for Wrongful Dismissal Damages

An Alberta court used the oppression remedy to hold corporate directors personally liable for damages for wrongful dismissal after they transferred the corporate assets, ceased operations, and incorporated a new entity to provide the same service.

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August 10, 2022

Ontario, Canada: Availability of Deemed IDEL Ended on July 30, 2022 But Unpaid and Paid IDEL Still Available to Eligible Employees

Since July 31, 2022, employees can no longer be on Deemed IDEL, and the ESA’s regular rules pertaining to constructive dismissal resumed.

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August 9, 2022

Help Wanted in Understanding What Types of Advertising Outreach Employers Must Do Before Hiring Foreign Nationals

A recent decision issued by the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA) governs the types of newspaper advertisements that meet the DOL’s requirements for announcing job openings.

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August 9, 2022

Ontario, Canada: HRTO Finds Employee Was Victim of Repeated Acts of Sex Discrimination in Poisoned Work Environment

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently found that the applicant was a victim of discrimination on the basis of sex and that her work environment was poisoned by repeated acts of discrimination and harassment.

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August 8, 2022

Canadian Federal Government Proposes Regulations to Support New Canada Labour Code Paid Medical Leave

On July 16, 2022, the Canadian federal government published regulations to implement new paid medical leave requirements.

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August 3, 2022

Mexico: New Guidelines on Union Democracy Released

On July 26, 2022, the Governing Board of Mexico’s Federal Center for Conciliation and Labor Registration unanimously approved the General Guidelines for Union Democracy Procedures.

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