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June 2, 2023

Ontario, Canada Court Awards Employee $15,000 in Moral Damages for Employer’s Bad-Faith Conduct Regarding His Dismissal

In Teljeur v Aurora Hotel Group, a wrongful dismissal case, the court awarded the plaintiff-employee seven months’ damages for reasonable notice, and $15,000 in moral damages due to the employer’s bad-faith conduct in the manner of dismissal.

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May 30, 2023

Court of Justice of the European Union Case on DSARs: Summary of Information Is Not Enough!

As many employers will be aware, data subject access requests (DSARs) can take up a significant amount of business resources and are a common tactic used by disgruntled employees.

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May 30, 2023

British Columbia Tribunal Confirms Time Theft Proven by Time-Tracking Software May Justify Employment Termination for Cause

A recent decision of the British Columbia, Canada Civil Resolution Tribunal is especially relevant now that remote work has become common. The Tribunal found the employer had just cause for terminating a remote worker’s employment for time theft.

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May 26, 2023

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill – What the New Developments Mean for UK Employment Law

Some recent developments from the UK government have given further clarity on what reforms are envisaged for UK employment law post-Brexit.

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May 25, 2023

UK: New ACAS Guidance on Reasonable Adjustments for Mental Health

The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) recently published new non-statutory guidance to support UK employers and employees when handling reasonable adjustments for mental health at work.

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May 23, 2023

British Columbia: Bill 13, Pay Transparency Act Receives Royal Assent

On May 11, 2023, British Columbia, Canada’s Bill 13, Pay Transparency Act, received Royal Assent. Section 2 of the Act, which addresses the employer’s obligations regarding publicly advertised job opportunities, comes into force on November 1, 2023.

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May 23, 2023

UK Government Provides Details on Non-Compete Three-Month Limit

The UK government has provided further color on its proposed rule to limit non competes to a period of three months post termination.

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May 18, 2023

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Addresses How Employers Can Preserve Right to Unilaterally Lay Off Employees Without Being Found to Have Constructively Dismissed Them

The OCA recently found that unless an employee’s employment contract provides otherwise via an express or implied term, an employer’s unilateral lay off of an employee will constitute constructive dismissal, even when the layoff is temporary.

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May 17, 2023

Canada Passes Modern Slavery Act

On May 11, 2023, Canada passed An Act to enact Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act and to amend the Customs Tariff.

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May 17, 2023

The “Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework” – Finally a Legally Secure Data Transfer to the United States?

Since the European Court of Justice declared the “Safe Harbour” agreement invalid in October 2015, transatlantic data traffic has been fraught with significant hurdles and uncertainties.

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