Global Employment Law: Organisational Culture Reimagined – Transforming Workplace #6

In the series of Transforming Workplace articles we have explored some significant changes to the external and internal environments in which an organisation operates.  In this article we look at how modernising your Employee Value Proposition will present challenges to your organisational culture. Organisational Culture Reimagined  This article is part of our Transforming Workplace series.  … Continue reading

Global Employment Law: Update and Modernise Your Employee Value Proposition Transforming Workplace #5

Asking your employees what they want and need (see our previous Transforming Workplace paper) is a vital part of updating your organisation’s Employee Value Proposition (EVP).  In this article we explain more about your EVP. Update and Modernise Your Employee Value Proposition. This article is part of our Transforming Workplace series.  Other articles exploring the … Continue reading

Global Employment Law: What do your employees want and need? Transforming Workplace #4

During the pandemic, employees rethought their relationship with work.  Employees now seek roles that offer competitive remuneration with other benefits including flexibility, health, well-being and work-life balance.  Read more on this in our next article in the Transforming Workplace series. What do your employees want and need? This article is part of our Transforming Workplace … Continue reading

Global Workplace Insider: Singapore Employment Law Update – April 2022

The Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM) announced several changes to the S Pass and Employment Pass (EP) regimes in relation to the hiring of foreign employees. These changes encourage Singaporean employers to hire locally, and also introduce a new points-based evaluative framework for EP applications. Minimum Qualifying Salary for S Passes and Employment Passes MOM … Continue reading

Global Employment Law: The “Great Enlightenment”: Why and how employees have rethought their relationship with work. Transforming Workplace #3

In the next in the Transforming Workplace global series we examine why and owe employees have rethought their relationship with work. The “Great Enlightenment”: Why and how employees have rethought their relationship with work This article is part of our Transforming Workplace series.  Other articles exploring the opportunities, challenges and risk of the transforming workplace … Continue reading

Global Employment Law – “Intent to Resign”: The Real Risk Transforming Workplace #2

In the next in the Transforming Workplace global series we examine the looming “Intent to Resign” challenge facing businesses worldwide “Intent to Resign”: The Real Risk This article is part of our Transforming Workplace series.  Other articles exploring the opportunities, challenges and risk of the transforming workplace can be found here.… Continue reading

Global Employment Law: The “Great Resignation”: A Global Risk? Transforming Workplace – #1

With the global change in the way we work seen as a key element of the new “business as usual”, our Transforming Workplace global series examines the global perspectives of the opportunities, challenges and risks of this new transforming workplace. In the first in this series  we examine the concept of the “Great Resignation”. The … Continue reading

Easing of COVID-19 Public Health Measures: Implications for Mandatory Vaccination Policies in Ontario

As of March 1, 2022, several COVID-19 public health measures in Ontario were lifted, including the vaccination passport system that applied to indoor public settings such as restaurants and cinemas. As of March 21, mask mandates have been dropped except for certain settings. Importantly, the government’s loosening of these strict public health requirements should not … Continue reading

Surcharge de travail : La Cour d’appel se prononce sur la portée des pouvoirs de réparation des arbitres de grief

Le 17 février dernier, dans l’arrêt FIQ — SPSSODIM c. CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’île-de-Montréal, la Cour d’appel rappelle que les larges pouvoirs octroyés aux arbitres de grief ont des limites, notamment en matière de création de postes dans un contexte de surcharge de travail. Le contexte En 2016, des infirmières et infirmières auxiliaires, membres du Syndicat … Continue reading

Ontario Superior Court Confirms Legislative Prohibition on Non-Compete Clauses does not have Retroactive Effect

As previously discussed in our December 6, 2021 blog post, Ontario’s Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) was recently amended to include a prohibition on non-competition clauses in employment agreements, subject to limited exceptions. The prohibition does not apply to agreements with executive-level employees, nor does it apply in a merger and acquisition context where the … Continue reading
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