A recent decision in Ontario highlights yet another consideration in the drafting of termination clauses that seeks to limit an employee’s entitlement to minimum employment standards that is ensuring minimum benefit continuation. (In PDF)
The vice-chair of the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal just confirmed that when two employees were involved in a motor vehicle collision in the employer’s parking lot, that collision took place in the course of employment.
Can an employer require employees to speak only a certain language in and around the workplace? A related question is: can an employer only hire employees with certain language skills? It should be no surprise that the answer to these questions is—maybe. (In PDF)