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 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 this video update, Brittany talks about employee resignation. You might be thinking, this is going to be a short video.. what is there to talk about? However, as with many things in employment law, sometimes it's just not that simple.
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.
In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart is joined by Greg Vertelman of The Talent Company Inc. to talk about social media and how or if employers should be using it during the recruitment/hiring process.
Original air-date: January 21 2020
In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart is joined by Lisa Kay of Peak Performance HR and Brian Daly of Brian Daly & Associates Inc. to discuss inclusivity and the holiday season at work.
Original air-date: December 17 2019
In his latest Fire Away segment, Stuart discusses employers' failure to investigate, or failure to investigate properly, which exposes them to substantial liability.