Written by: Nicole Natalie Garcia (Associate Lawyer) We are in a tug of war and two individuals are at each end. A buff figure leads one side, and a refined figure is on the opposite end. Directly
With recent events prompting many employers and workers alike to re-evaluate flexible working policies, the time has come for parliament to revisit the “right to disconnect”. According to a study published by Employment and Social Development Canada
In a decision released on June 26, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Uber’s arbitration clause, which required drivers to resolve disputes through mediation and arbitration in the Netherlands, was invalid (Uber Technologies Inc. v.
Transport Canada Shirks Duty, Allows Greyhound Canada to Profit from COVID-19 Pandemic In the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the significance of frontline workers into prominent focus. Health-care workers, grocery store employees, transit workers,