Workplace issues concern a number of areas, from employment law to workplace health and safety and privacy. We advise our clients, both employers and employees on all issues relating to employment.
The EKB employment law team has provided advice and representation on all aspects of employment law. Our experience allows us to recognize the overlap between employment law and insurance issues including long term disability matters as well as retirement considerations.
Our lawyers are involved in more than assisting clients with employment law issues. From rendering decisions for WorkSafe BC in relation to health and safety and workplace bullying, contributing to Employment Obligations & Confidential Information, 3rd edition to various speaking engagements, our Employment Law team is involved in all aspects of employment law.
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September 23, 2021Just Cause Terminations: Even Lawyers Get It Wrong. And in the Case of Ojanen v. Acumen Law Corporation, Very Wrong.
July 26, 2021Ontario Employers Would be Wise to Review their Employment Agreements in Wake of the Waksdale Decision
June 18, 2021COVID-19 – Government Response
June 17, 2020COVID-19: The Canada Emergency Response Benefit
June 1, 2020Modernizing Federal Privacy Laws: Suggested Approaches of the Federal Government and the OPC
May 27, 2020Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy
April 21, 2020COVID-19 Update: Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy
April 8, 2020COVID-19 and Privacy: Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information During a Pandemic
March 27, 2020Workplace Safety During the COVID-19 Pandemic Part II: Consequences for Failing to Comply with WorkSafeBC Requirements
March 26, 2020COVID-19: A Guide for Employers
March 24, 2020COVID-19: A Guide to Work Sharing Agreements
March 23, 2020Workplace Safety During the COVID-19 Pandemic
March 23, 2020Alberta Court of Appeal Judge Questions the Judicially Approved Principles for Interpreting Termination Clause in Employment Contracts
April 23, 2018The BC Provincial Government Gets on Board with 18 Months Pregnancy and Parental Leave
April 20, 2018Can You Fire a Drunk Driver?
February 2, 2018How to Avoid a Nightmare Before Christmas: Risk Management and the Corporate Holiday Party
December 4, 2017Is a Franchisor a Proper Party to a Human Rights Complaint Absent an Employment Relationship?
October 18, 2017Legalizing Marijuana: BC’s Cautious Approach to Cannabis
September 25, 2017Big Changes Come to Small Claims Court
June 2, 2017Employers Beware: When a Warning is Warranted
April 21, 2017Getting Through the Weeds: Understanding the Impact of Marijuana Legalization in the Workplace
April 10, 2017Employment Law Essentials: Discriminatory Action Complaints – What employers need to know
August 30, 2016Employment Law Essentials: Are Your Contractors Really Contractors? Classifying Workers as Independent Contractors or Employees
August 16, 2016Employment Law Essentials: Negligent Misrepresentation – pitfalls for employers in the hiring process
August 2, 2016Employment Law Essentials: When is a probationary employee not a probationary employee?
July 22, 2016Proposed Act steps up post-secondary institutions’ obligations in sexual misconduct incidents
May 19, 2016How to Protect and Transfer Employee Personal Information Internationally from Canada
January 8, 2016