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Ontario Introduces Pay Transparency Legislation to Address Wage Gaps

On March 6, 2018, the Ontario Government introduced Bill 203, the Pay Transparency Act, 2018, which is intended address wage gaps and increase pay transparency by requiring employers to track and publish employee compensation details.

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Denial of Non-discretionary Bonus Payable After Expiration of Statutory Notice Period Upheld

In a good news decision for employers, the Court of Appeal for Ontario in Kielb v National Money Mart Company, 2017 ONCA 356, denied an employee’s claim for payment of a non-discretionary bonus on the basis that it was expressly excluded by the relevant contract language.

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Court of Appeal Confirms That Employer’s Failure to Pay $330,000 Bonus Did Not Constitute Constructive Dismissal

When an employer breaches an employment agreement and an employee resigns in response, a critical question is raised: has the employee been constructively dismissed? If so, the employee is deemed to have been terminated and the employer may incur substantial liability for pay in lieu of notice or even punitive damages. However, not every breach of an employment agreement will constitute constructive dismissal, and the resolution of this issue can make all the difference in terms of employer liability.

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Supreme Court of Canada Refuses Leave to Appeal in Key Decision Upholding Termination Provision

In another good news development for employers, the Supreme Court of Canada has denied leave to appeal in Oudin v Le Centre Francophone de Toronto.

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