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October 11, 2022

Redundancies dip by a third but gloomy outlook may mean rise is ‘inevitable’

Caroline Baker talks about the drop in redundancies in the UK and the factors that might cause an inevitable increase.

Press Release
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October 3, 2022

Partner Adrian Jakibchuk Rejoins Littler in Toronto

Jakibchuk brings almost 20 years of experience in employment and labour law, guiding employers through all stages of the employment cycle.

In the News
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September 29, 2022

Labour lawyers meet in Miami to discuss regional trends

Jorge Sales Boyoli discusses some of the issues that plague Mexico’s economy, including the fact that jobs lost in the pandemic have not been recovered and the country’s non-formal economy lacks labor contracts and social security protection. (Subscriptio

In the News
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September 17, 2022

Can the employer dismiss for a comment on Facebook or LinkedIn?

Paweł Sych explains how an employee's actions on social media, even after working hours, can harm the entire organization and cause trouble for employers.

Article
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September 12, 2022

Court finds employers' discretion in awarding bonuses must be exercised fairly

Rhonda B. Levy and George Vassos discuss an Ontario Court of Appeal decision that puts employers on notice that their discretion in awarding bonuses is not unconstrained and must be exercised fairly and reasonably. (Subscription required.)

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