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Five Key Features of Canadian Employment Law that US Employers Should Know Before Joining or Expanding the Canadian Market
Opening a location or engaging workers in a different country can bring growth and opportunity for a business. However, a different country means different employment and labour laws to follow, often regardless of the laws in a company’s headquarter jurisdiction. The...
Considerations When Hiring Canadian Employment Counsel
Expanding a business’ footprint into another jurisdiction can be daunting, and that’s as true for an American entity moving into neighbouring Canada as with moves farther abroad. Such a venture usually signals that the business is booming and sees a promising market...
Know your Canadian jurisdiction
U.S. companies looking to set up shop in Canada quickly notice the legal protections that employees have here. There is a maze of legislation and jurisprudence that can be challenging to grasp, but it’s important to realize which laws apply and what has legal...
Zubas Flett Law in the News: Duty to Accommodate
,Recently, Zubas Flett Lawyer, Ted Flett, was featured in a case comment published by Canadian HR Reporter. The article discussed a Human Rights Tribunal decision that underscores that an employer does not need to provide requested accommodations in order to comply...
Zubas Flett Law in the News: Hasty Agreement Unenforceable
Recently, Zubas Flett Lawyer, Ted Flett, spoke with Jeffrey Smith of Canadian HR Reporter. The opinion piece, which discussed the enforceability of termination clauses can be read here or below. Hasty employment agreement unenforceable in Ontario case Beauty...
Zubas Flett Law in the News: Ontario Case Highlights Need to Update Employment Contracts
Recently, Zubas Flett Lawyer, Dan Hassell, spoke with Jeffrey Smith of Canadian HR Reporter. The opinion piece, which discussed the enforceability of termination provisions can be read here and is summarized is below. Why Are More Termination Provisions Being...
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