5th Edition Workplace Discipline & Termination


SKU: HRP15022 Category:


Report Code: HRP15022.   June, 2015  |   Toronto, ON

ARTICLE 1: Managing Absenteeism in the Workplace

Elizabeth Keenan
Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP

ARTICLE 2: No Place For Bullies

James G. Knight
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

ARTICLE 3: Consequences of Inadequate Workplace Investigations – Are You Ready to Bear the Costs?

Sarah Crossley
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

ARTICLE 4: Employees in a Protected Class

Darragh Meagher
Director, Employment Law Section
City of Toronto

ARTICLE 5: ‘UNJUST DISMISSALS’ UNDER THE FEDERAL PARADIGM: Game Changing Developments Pursuant to Part III of the Canada Labour Code

Ronald Snyder
Fogler Rubinoff

ARTICLE 6: The Problem of Standing: Clarifying the Exceptions to Exclusive Representation by Trade Unions

Tim Gleason
Dewart Gleason LLP

ARTICLE 7: Restrictive Covenants and Anton Piller Motions

Elisha Jamieson-Davies
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

ARTICLE 8: Drafting and Implementing Air-Tight Termination Provisions

Ryan Edmonds
Ryan Edmonds Workplace Counsel

Andrew Bratt
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE 9: Employment in the Digital Age

John Saunders
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

ARTICLE 10: Mechanisms for Protecting Intellectual Property on Employment Termination and Post Termination

Lauren Black
Litigation Counsel
EnerCare (Formerly Direct Energy Home Services)

Liz MacNabb
Director, Human Resources
EnerCare (Formerly Direct Energy Home Services)

ARTICLE 11: Implementing Change To The Terms Of Employment Post Wronko: Navigating The Maze

Christine O’Donohue
Miller Thomson LLP

ARTICLE 12: Managing Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace

Michael G. Sherrard
Sherrard Kuzz

ARTICLE 13: Remedial Principles of the Ontario Human Rights Code: Make “Whole” Principle, Future Prospective Lost Wages & Reinstatement

Ed Canning
Ross & McBride LLP

ARTICLE 14: “Ageism in Termination”

Monty Verlint
Kuretzky Vassos Henderson LLP