Atlantic Canada Year in Review 2019 – Top 15 Takeaways for Employers
Atlantic Canada experienced a number of legal developments in 2019 that regional employers should be aware of as they plan for the year ahead. Click the image below to read our 2019 year in review, where lawyers from the Labour and Employment practice group recap notable legislative and case law updates from each of the four Atlantic provinces.
This update is intended for general information only. If you have questions about the above, please contact a member of our Labour & Employment group.
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