Brittany is joined by Jacqueline Bart and Serge Boudreau to discuss the implications of having employees working outside of Ontario or outside of Canada.
Stuart is joined by Lisa Taylor. Lisa is President of the Challenge Factory, she is a speaker, researcher, and consultant on today’s changing world of work. She is also an author, having written The Talent Revolution: Longevity and the Future of Work and the Retain and Gain series of career management playbooks for small businesses and non-profits and charities.
Original air date: November 17th, 2020.
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
Many of us are focused on COVID-19 and the implications on our society, our health, the economy and our jobs, but it's important to remember that life goes on and that means so does the legal system. The Superior Court of Ontario recently released a decision relating to overtime and entitlement to overtime pay.
In this special edition episode of Fire Away, Stuart was joined by Richa Sandill as well as Rudner Law's Brittany Taylor and Nadia Zaman for a discussion on the COVID-19 crisis and what employers and employees need to know while navigating this situation in the workplace.
In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart and Derek Hill of Hill Kindy Dental Practice Sales, discuss various staffing issues that come up when operating, buying, or selling, a dental practice.
Original air-date: October 15 2019.
In August's episode of Fire Away, Stuart tackled some of our viewers' top HR and Employment Law questions.
Question 2: if I am asked to sign an employment contract and refuse, can the company refuse to hire me?