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We are a Toronto firm specializing in Canadian employment law. Add us to your circles for interesting updates related to the workplace from a legal perspective.
We are a Toronto firm specializing in Canadian employment law. Add us to your circles for interesting updates related to the workplace from a legal perspective.

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How much severance are you entitled to? Can the employer provide working notice? Join us next week for answers to these questions and more:

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Canadian HR Reporter is seeking your input on the best
organizations serving Canada's Human Resources community, and Rudner MacDonald is proud to have been nominated as a Top Employment & Labour Law Boutique.

If you would like to support us, you can vote for us here: http://svy.mk/2l420GF (find Rudner MacDonald on Question 27.)

Your responses are completely confidential and each response will be entered in Canadian HR Reporter's draw for a chance to win a Roku Premiere+ Media Player.

Voting is open through March 17, 2017
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Natalie appears on the Global Morning Show Toronto to discuss strategies employees can use to resolve harassment and bullying issues in the workplace.

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Health Canada estimates that by 2024, 450,000 Canadians will be authorized to use medically-prescribed marijuana. The issue of marijuana in the workplace has generated a lot of attention, but what have our courts, arbitrators and tribunals said about it? 

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In this month's edition of The Latest Chapter, we look a case where an employee received substantial damages for the value of bonuses payable under the employer's Long-Term Incentive Plan (the "LTIP"), even though the employee did not appear to meet the eligibility criteria for payment set out in the LTIP.


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Natalie and Stuart direct Osgoode's Certificate in HR Law course starting this March.

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Stuart on the importance of updating workplace drug and alcohol use policies in the face of increasing medicinal marijuana usage in Canada.

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Consideration can be the difference between a binding contract and a mere “gratuitous promise”.

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The workplace is no longer what it used to be. Join us this Thursday for a LinkedIn Q&A on responding to requests for accommodation. Registration link at the end of the post.
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