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Pay Cut Laws: Can My Employer Reduce My Wages in Ontario?

Pay Cut Laws: Can My Employer Reduce My Wages in Ontario?

The answer is yes; an employer can reduce your wages in Ontario, as they can in other Canadian provinces. Employers are allowed to make minor changes to your employment, including small reductions in your pay (with exceptions). They can also make significant changes...

The Right to Disconnect in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

The Right to Disconnect in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

On December 2, 2021, the Ontario government amended the Employment Standards Act, 2000, (ESA), when it passed Bill 27, known as the Working for Workers Act, 2021. The amendment made headlines primarily because it was purportedly giving Ontario workers the “right to...

What is a Performance Improvement Plan & What Does it Entail?

What is a Performance Improvement Plan & What Does it Entail?

A performance improvement plan (PIP) can be a legitimate management tool used to help employees shore up deficiencies in their speed or quality of work, or to address any behaviour-related concerns. It can also be used as an excuse to fire an employee for cause when...

Your Guide to Record of Employment in Ontario

Your Guide to Record of Employment in Ontario

If you’ve never had a Record of Employment (ROE) issued to you, you might confuse it for a T4 slip the first time you see it. While it looks like a simple, straightforward document containing standard information like your name, address and those of your former...

Heart Disease on the COVID-19 Vaccine Priority List

Heart Disease on the COVID-19 Vaccine Priority List

Heart Disease on the Covid-19 Vaccine Priority List by Linda Noorafkan, Employment and Disability Lawyer COVID-19 isn’t the world’s leading cause of death. It’s heart disease.[1] Heart disease is such a risky condition that, in November 2020, the National Advisory...

COVID-19 Causing Stroke – Even Amongst Youth

COVID-19 Causing Stroke – Even Amongst Youth

COVID-19 Causing Stroke - Even Amongst Youth by Linda Noorafkan - Employment and Disability Lawyer Younger Canadians may think that they’re immune to COVID-19 effects. This is far from the truth. Recently, Riley Behrens, a 23-year-old in Arizona, suffered from a...

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