Here is the Fitzgibbon Workplace Law, May 2018, Legal Alert that reviews labour and employment developments over the past 30 days (give or take) and contains the following articles:
- Reasonable Notice, Benefits and Bonuses at Common Law
- Terminating the Long Service, Older Worker
- Request for a List of Employees by an Organizing Trade Union
- Justice Delayed is Justice Denied? Or the Harsh Consequences of Missing a Filing Deadline
- Can a Union Intimidate and Coerce Employees During an Organizing Drive?
- Production of Communication Between HR and Management – The Hard Truth
- Sale of a Business under the Labour Relations Act, 1995 and the Distressed Company
- Weight to be Given to Findings in a Criminal Case in a Civil Proceeding
- Cautionary Disclosure Case for Employers
- Remembrance Day is a Public Holiday Throughout Canada But Not in Ontario (for now)
- There Are Limits to the Duty to Accommodate
I hope you find something of value in the Alert.