L’année 2018 en revue : Les développements en droit du travail et de l’emploi du Canada atlantique (en anglais)
We can all make 2019 a success by building on the year that was. For employers, 2018 was a year of many notable developments in labour and employment law across the country. We saw Ontario enact significant legislative changes only to roll many of them back following a turnover in government; the federal government propose significant changes to its own legislation; the #metoo movement march forward; and the legalization of cannabis put its workplace impact in the spotlight.
Atlantic Canada experienced a number of its own legal developments that regional employers should be aware of as they plan for the year ahead. Click the image below to read our 2018 Year in Review, where lawyers from the Labour & Employment practice group recap notable legislative and case law updates from each of the four Atlantic provinces.
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We can all make 2019 a success by building on the year that was. For employers, 2018 was a year of many notable developments in labour and employment law across the country. We saw Ontario…Plus
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