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Whistleblower Protection Laws In Canada

Whistleblower Protection Laws In Canada

Almost always, whistleblowers act out of altruistic intentions to bring a wrongdoing to the attention of their supervisors. But some employers may not like them sticking their nose where it does not belong. So, what should you do when you see something seriously awry at your workplace?

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The Employee Rights Podcast | Lecker & Associates

The Employee Rights Podcast

The Employee Rights Podcast includes discussions between Bram Lecker, Principal of Lecker & Associates and Podcaster, Bryan Goman, on various topics useful to employees of Ontario.

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The Termination Letter

Never sign your termination letter or release until an employment lawyer has vetted these legally binding documents. But what if you signed them already? Under rare circumstances, the executed documents can be nullified. Here’s how we successfully invalidated a signed release on behalf of our client.

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Filing a Claim With The Labour Board

If you believe your termination package is inadequate, you have two avenues to seek resolution. You can file a claim with the Ministry of Labour, commonly referred to as the Labour Board. Or you can hire an employment lawyer. The Labour Board process is free and you can easily file your papers on-line. However, before you proceed down this path, understand the limitations.

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‘Tis the Season to be Fired!

Everyone is imbued with the holiday spirit this time of year. Everyone it seems, except our large corporate employers. In our experience during the festive season, precisely 6 weeks before the end of the year, more pink slips are handed out than any other period in the calendar year. They fly out like confetti at a Santa Clause parade. So once again we note, t’is the season to be fired.

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Bullying in the Workplace

Bullying in the workplace is illegal. In spite of the law, reporting a bully can be a very scary step. You run the risk of retaliation if the bully is a senior or valued employee. Almost always, you will require legal assistance to navigate this minefield.

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