Ontario employers take note: in a surprise announcement on September 3, 2020, the provincial government announced that it had extended its freeze of temporary layoff limitations. Regular layoff rules had been set to resume on September 4, 2020. Pursuant to O. Reg. 492/20, this date has now been pushed back to January 2, 2021.
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In Vienneau v Joy Global (Canada) (2020 NBBR 76) Justice Dysart upheld the validity of the termination clause in the employment contract. Find out why.
When we make a decision, we normally make a number of assumptions about what we expect to happen. My view of risk management, or should I say risk management that adds value and helps an organization succeed rather than just avoid failure, is all about what might happen.