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Though rare, Courts award punitive damages in certain employment law cases. Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful dismissal, human rights and discrimination.

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(5 days ago) For Employees. Ontario employment law provides employees with numerous legal rights, entitlements and protections. However, the principles in place to protect Ontario workers are often misunderstood, ignored or are counter intuitive. Toronto Employment Lawyer Justin W. Anisman endeavours to provide his clients with exceptional employment law

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Federally Regulated Employers: What Laws Apply

(Just Now) Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful dismissal, human rights and discrimination.

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Temporary Layoffs: What Everyone Needs to Know

(8 days ago) Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful dismissal, human rights and discrimination.

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Constructive Dismissal: A Good Reason to Quit

(3 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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Employee Classification Risks

(Just Now) Canadian law has not yet caught up with changes in the labour market and contract workers are generally excluded from the protections and benefits that accompany traditional paid employment. Gig workers are generally treated as independent contractors with none of the employment rights guarantees available in more regular jobs.

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Deductions from Wages

(2 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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Right to Disconnect (even for managers)

(Just Now) Contact Nicholas Goldhawk, the author of this article, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7010 or email him at [email protected] Nicholas is an Associate of the Management-side Labour Group at BTZ. In this role, he advises management on all aspects of employment and labour law, including representation before …

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Public Holiday Pay: What You Need to Know

(6 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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Unpaid Interns: Understanding Their Rights

(3 days ago) The law is intended to exclude ESA protections only from real, legitimate training programs designed to educate the intern. The employer is supposed to be doing a social service by exposing the worker to the “real” workplace. It is not supposed to be a situation whereby employers can get cheap or free labour.

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Healthcare Archives

(5 days ago) Employment Law for EMS, Healthcare Workers and Health Professionals Justin W. Anisman September 01, 2020 If you work in emergency medical services (EMS), healthcare or are otherwise a health professional, then there are special exceptions and rules that govern the

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How to Change Employment Contracts

(5 days ago) The law in Ontario is very favourable to employees, who the Court considers vulnerable. Any problems or ambiguities in the contract get resolved in favour of the employee. To distil the matter down, and remove all nuance and complexity, the principle is this:

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What Employees Need to Know About COVID-19

(9 days ago) Contact Will McLennan, the author of this article, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-6528 or email him at [email protected] Will is an Associate of the Employment Group at BT Legal. In this role, he advises on all aspects of employment and labour law, including representation before

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Employee, Independent Contractor or in Between

(3 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP.

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Termination within Probation Periods

(8 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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How much notice/severance should I get after being fired

(6 days ago) The law in Ontario is very favourable to employees, who the Court considers vulnerable. Any problems or ambiguities in the contract get resolved in favour of the employee. To distil the matter down, and remove all nuance and complexity, the principle is this: […]

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Age Discrimination and Forced Retirement

(1 days ago) The bottom line is that it is contrary to law for employers to require employees to retire at a fixed age, whether it be 65, or older or younger, unless the employer can establish to the satisfaction of the court or the Human Rights Commission that the established age is based on a …

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Employment Law for Healthcare Workers/Professionals

(4 days ago) Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful …

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The Law about Hours of Work and Breaks in Ontario

(8 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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Negotiating Maximum Termination Pay

(Just Now) Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful …

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Sexual Harassment at Work in Ontario » Legally Speaking

(3 days ago) The Basics: Employment Law 101. Sexual harassment at work have severe consequences for the victim, accused, and employer and contribute to a hostile, intimidating, and offensive working environment which can affect the quality of work and productivity. It is incumbent of all employees, managers, leadership, and owners to prevent, punish, report

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3 Most Important Employment Law Decisions of 2020

(4 days ago) A review of 2020’s major changes to Ontario Employment Law. Life as we knew it ground to a halt after one of the most notable years in recent history. But not so for the development of Ontario Employment Law. 2020 has seen quite a number of new developments benefiting employees working across the Province of Ontario.

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I've been fired. Does my employer have to tell me why

(2 days ago) Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful dismissal, human rights and discrimination. The publications made on this website are provided and

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COVID-19’s Effect on Reasonable Notice of Termination

(6 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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The Importance of Settlement Offers in Employment Law

(3 days ago) The Importance of Settlement Offers in Employment Law Litigation. Settlement offers play a significant role in shifting the burden of legal fees. Used strategically, in the employment law context especially, settlement offers are a powerful tool to recover the expenses of litigation or to avoid them entirely by leading to efficient settlements.

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Equal Pay in the Ontario Workplace

(5 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP .

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About Justin W Anisman

(3 days ago) Justin W. Anisman’s civil litigation practice at Brauti Thorning Zibarras LLP encompasses complex litigation files with an emphasis on commercial and contractual disputes and employment law matters for both employees and employers. Justin is the author of the …

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Punitive Damages in Ontario Employment Law

(8 days ago) The law does not permit individuals to be punished simply because they do something that a Judge or the Court doesn’t like or approve of. The legal system isn’t there to punish unethical behaviour, only illegal behaviour. Therefore, punitive damages can only be awarded where the misconduct of the employer amounts to some wrong that could

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Legal Disclaimer

(7 days ago) The Law Society of Ontario also has requirements concerning the identification of clients which must be met. This author does not warrant or guarantee the quality, accuracy or completeness of any information herein. This author cannot warrant or guarantee that information presented is up-to-date or accurate. Legislative changes and changes to

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Job Interview and Hiring Process Discrimination

(6 days ago) Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful …

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Stealth in a Mareva: Ontario’s First Ex Parte Appeal

(2 days ago) Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law including wrongful …

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Equal Pay for Part Time Work begins April 1, 2018

(5 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer at the Toronto law firm Brauti Thorning LLP. Justin advises both companies and individuals in all aspects of employment law

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The Basics: Employment Law 101 Archives

(4 days ago) Employment Law for EMS, Healthcare Workers and Health Professionals Justin W. Anisman September 01, 2020 If you work in emergency medical services (EMS), healthcare or are otherwise a health professional, then there are special exceptions and rules that govern the

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Employment Standards Act Archives

(9 days ago) Employment Law for EMS, Healthcare Workers and Health Professionals Justin W. Anisman September 01, 2020 If you work in emergency medical services (EMS), healthcare or are otherwise a health professional, then there are special exceptions and rules that govern the

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All Ontario Employers Need New Employment Contracts: Court

(8 days ago) Contact Justin W. Anisman. Contact Justin W. Anisman, the author of this blog, about any employment law related questions or issues you may be facing. Call 416-304-7005 or email him at [email protected] Justin W. Anisman is an Employment Lawyer …

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Employment Lawyer in Toronto Archives

(3 days ago) Employment Law for EMS, Healthcare Workers and Health Professionals Justin W. Anisman September 01, 2020 If you work in emergency medical services (EMS), healthcare or are otherwise a health professional, then there are special exceptions and rules that govern the

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Human Rights and Equality Archives

(5 days ago) Get access to current employment law knowledge for free. Justin W. Anisman can be reached by phone or email 24 hours a day and is always available for an a free in person or telephone consultation. Justin W. Anisman Brauti Thorning LLP 161 Bay Street, Suite 2900, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2S1 Telephone.

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Workplace Health and Safety Archives

(7 days ago) Get access to current employment law knowledge for free. Justin W. Anisman can be reached by phone or email 24 hours a day and is always available for an a free in person or telephone consultation. Justin W. Anisman Brauti Thorning LLP 161 Bay Street, Suite 2900, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2S1 Telephone.

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