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Wan’t to fire that Slacker? The best defence is always a good offence.

April 27, 2007 | No Comments

Armed with the knowledge that an employer can contract out of all but its minimum statutory obligations, I’m mystified why more businesses don’t follow the trend.  Nevertheless, for those proactive organizations concerned about the bottom … Read More


Selecting the proper employment lawyer for your case

April 27, 2007 | No Comments

“If winning isn’t everything, then why do they keep score?” – Vince Lombardi When it comes to winning a battle with your former employer, selecting the winning lawyer for your wrongful dismissal or employment law … Read More


Reinstatement Isn’t an Option for Employees

April 25, 2007 | No Comments

Canadian Employment Law provides a buffet of remedies for the dismissed employee.  However as two ontario litigants recently learned, reinstatement isn’t currently offerred on the menu.  See the full version of my article below. — … Read More


More Free Legal Advice

April 24, 2007 | 2 Comments

This is an excerpt from my "Ask Daniel" question and answer column through Executive Assistance Inc. Question: "My employment was terminated due to job restructuring. My question is what is the difference between severance package … Read More


Employment Insurance Benefits

April 23, 2007 | Comments Off on Employment Insurance Benefits

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” — Benjamin Franklin Employees gripe about deductions for Employment Insurance taken directly from their paychecks.  However, few are familar with when … Read More


Blogging done right

April 19, 2007 | No Comments

"Defending yesterday — that is, not innovating — is far more risky than making tomorrow" – Peter Drucker, management guru A well deserved thank you, to my industry friends Rob Hyndman and Kate Morgan, for … Read More


Daniel Lublin featured in Canadian Employment Law Today

April 18, 2007 | No Comments

Most employees believe that their employment contracts can seldom be varied without their consent.  However, as an Ontario judge recently confirmed, the tables are turned when advance warning is provided. This month, my article on … Read More