The Rudner Law Podcast
Audio: Fire Away - A Guide to Reference Checks

Audio: Fire Away - A Guide to Reference Checks

September 26, 2018

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and Certified Human Resources Leader Claire Pressman, of References & More Services Ltd., discuss pre-employment reference checks.

Original air-date: April 17th 2018.

Video: Fire Away - A Guide to Reference Checks

Video: Fire Away - A Guide to Reference Checks

September 26, 2018

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and Certified Human Resources Leader Claire Pressman, of References & More Services Ltd., discuss pre-employment reference checks.

Original air-date: April 17th 2018.

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Audio: Fire Away - Handling Harassment Allegations in the Workplace

Audio: Fire Away - Handling Harassment Allegations in the Workplace

September 21, 2018

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and criminal lawyer Ed Prutschi discuss handling harassment allegations in the workplace.

Original air-date: March 20th 2018.

Video: Fire Away - Handling Harassment Allegations in the Workplace

Video: Fire Away - Handling Harassment Allegations in the Workplace

September 21, 2018

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and criminal lawyer Ed Prutschi discuss handling harassment allegations in the workplace.

Original air-date: March 20th 2018.

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Audio: Fire Away - How Does A Family Law Matter Affect Your Job?

Audio: Fire Away - How Does A Family Law Matter Affect Your Job?

September 21, 2018

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and family lawyer Andrew Feldstein discuss how a family law matter, such as divorce or separation, might affect your job, and vice-versa.

Original air-date: February 20th 2018.

Video: Fire Away - How Does A Family Law Matter Affect Your Job?

Video: Fire Away - How Does A Family Law Matter Affect Your Job?

September 21, 2018

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and family lawyer Andrew Feldstein discuss how a family law matter, such as divorce or separation, might affect your job, and vice-versa.

Original air-date: February 20th 2018.

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Audio: Personal Emergency Leave

Audio: Personal Emergency Leave

September 19, 2018

From Nadia Zaman, Associate at Rudner Law: what you need to know about Personal Emergency Leave in Ontario. Prior to January 1st, 2018, employers with 50 or more employees were obligated to provide employees with ten unpaid “Personal Emergency” days. Bill 148 eliminated the 50 employee threshold, and introduced a new requirement that the first two days of the ten-day entitlement be paid.

Video: Personal Emergency Leave

Video: Personal Emergency Leave

September 19, 2018

From Nadia Zaman, Associate at Rudner Law: what you need to know about Personal Emergency Leave in Ontario. Prior to January 1st, 2018, employers with 50 or more employees were obligated to provide employees with ten unpaid “Personal Emergency” days. Bill 148 eliminated the 50 employee threshold, and introduced a new requirement that the first two days of the ten-day entitlement be paid.

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Audio: Potential Damages in Wrongful Dismissal

Audio: Potential Damages in Wrongful Dismissal

September 19, 2018

Usually when we talk about damages for wrongful dismissal, we look at the number of months, we try to calculate what a month is worth and we take into account salary, bonuses, commission, benefits, car allowance, pension, etc. And when we negotiate a settlement, we might throw in a token amount for the cost of finding new work, but that's usually an afterthought.

A recent decision out of Ontario, however, confirms that in the right circumstances that can have a significant value.

Video: Potential Damages in Wrongful Dismissal

Video: Potential Damages in Wrongful Dismissal

September 19, 2018

Usually when we talk about damages for wrongful dismissal, we look at the number of months, we try to calculate what a month is worth and we take into account salary, bonuses, commission, benefits, car allowance, pension, etc. And when we negotiate a settlement, we might throw in a token amount for the cost of finding new work, but that's usually an afterthought.

A recent decision out of Ontario, however, confirms that in the right circumstances that can have a significant value.

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