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Insight
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November 15, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Sets Aside Judgment Reducing Employee’s Reasonable Notice Period for Failure to Mitigate

In Lake v. La Presse, the Ontario Court of Appeal set aside the lower court’s reduction of damages in a wrongful dismissal action for failure to mitigate.

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November 10, 2022

Ontario, Canada Divisional Court Finds Group Home’s Temporary Visitation Policy During Early Stage of COVID-19 Did Not Discriminate Against Disabled Resident

In Empower Simcoe v. JL, the operator of a publicly funded residential facility sought judicial review of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s findings that its policies during COVID-19 were discriminatory.

Littler Report
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November 3, 2022

The Employer's Guide to Europe's Inflation

After two years of dealing with a pandemic, European countries are now shaken by record levels of inflation and flagging growth.

ASAP
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November 3, 2022

Ontario, Canada Introduces Bill Prohibiting Strike by School Board Employees Represented by CUPE

In an unprecedented bid to prevent school board employees represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees from proceeding with a strike planned for early November 2022, Ontario introduced Bill 28, Keeping Students in Class Act, 2022.

ASAP
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November 1, 2022

Canada’s Competition Act Will Soon Criminally Prohibit Wage-Fixing and No-Poaching Agreements Between Unaffiliated Employers

On June 23, 2022, Canada’s Bill C-19 received Royal Assent and amended Canada’s Competition Act. As of June 23, 2023, the amendment will prohibit wage-fixing and no-poach agreements among certain employers.

ASAP
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November 1, 2022

Ontario, Canada Makes Changes to COVID-19 Requirements for Long Term Care Homes

As of October 14, 2022, Ontario updated its COVID-19 requirements for long term care homes, including lifting the active screening requirement for visitors and caregivers upon arrival.

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October 28, 2022

Canada’s Proposed Modern Slavery Act Would Impose Significant Annual Reporting Obligations on Certain Private-Sector Entities

The Modern Slavery Act would require certain government institutions and private-sector entities to report annually on measures they have taken to prevent and reduce the risk that they or their supply chains are using forced or child labour.

Podcast
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October 27, 2022

Pro Bono Week Podcast – Littler | PCS Assistance with Ukraine

Tomasz Rogala and Marcin Sanetra, Littler | PCS attorneys and Lavanga Wijekoon discuss the legal assistance Littler’s Poland attorneys have given Ukrainians fleeing the recent conflict there.

Insight
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October 27, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court Confirms Sexual Harassment Not an Independent Tort

Court confirmed that sexual harassment is not an independent tort in Ontario and an employer cannot be held vicariously liable for sexual harassment.

Global Guide Quarterly
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October 25, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Australia - Q3 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Australia

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