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Addressing the effect that two new proposed Ontario statutory leaves may have on your organization #learnthelatest

First Reference Talks readers and 2016 Employment Law Conference attendees were introduced to two new proposed leaves in Ontario, Employee Leave of Absence When Child Dies and Domestic and Sexual Violence Workplace Leave. In order to get a further grasp on what the two new proposed leaves would mean for employers, I went to employment law lawyer Frank Portman of Stringer LLP to ask a few questions I thought our readers would want answers to.

 

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Employees who sometimes work outside Ontario?

Did you know that the Employment Standard Act (ESA) applies to work performed outside Ontario that is a continuation of work performed in Ontario?

 

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Unexpected impact of share buyout of senior management

When one corporation “buys out” another (by asset purchase, share purchase, or other transaction), the impact on the buyers and sellers is clear. There are clearly winners and losers which is what presumably drove the transaction to begin with. While the employers of the purchasing and selling companies. The structure of the transaction can have a significant impact on their futures. Fortunately, the Ontario Employment Standard Act does provide certain safeguards for employees in the circumstances. For example the Employment Standard Act imposes a requirement for payment of up to one week per year of service.

 

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