Stuart is joined by Brittany Taylor for a discussion on the Will Smith/Chris Rock incident at this year's Oscars Awards and the lessons about workplace violence it brought up.
Would you buy a car and then try to negotiate the price later? That is effectively what you're doing when you sign a severance package and then try to go back later on and get more money. And for whatever reason, we've seen an increase in the number of calls we're getting from people that have already signed their severance package and now want to meet with us and have us assess it.
Stuart is joined by Matt Richardson. Matt has specialized training in open source intelligence, and expertise in high technologies. His work includes internet and social media safety and security training, open source intelligence training and investigative research.
Stuart and Matt talk about the role that social media can play in HR processes. From background checks on job applicants and active recruitment, to workplace investigations.
Stuart Rudner gives a video update on a case he reported on almost exactly two years ago - Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada has now weighed in on the issue of when employees will be entitled to things like bonuses or other variable compensation post termination.
Stuart is joined by Brian Shifman, President and CEO of Vaughan Chamber of Commerce to discuss how businesses and operating and managing their reopening during COVID-19, and what challenges they are dealing with.
Original air date: September 15th, 2020
In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart is joined by Dan McGarry and Peter Santini to discuss Don Cherry and the cultural shift happening in the NHL. Two of Stuart's passions - employment law and hockey!
Original air-date: February 18 2020
In his latest Fire Away segment, Stuart discusses the fact that what you post online can have consequences and cost you your current job, or a future job opportunity.