As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, so does employment law. This presents new challenges for workplaces. The recent court case of Taylor v Hanley Hospitality Inc. (o/a Tim Hortons) addresses the interpretation and impact of Infectious Disease Emergency Leave and layoffs during the COVID-19 period. Employment lawyer, Stephanie Miner, will discuss this ongoing court case and why it is important in a larger context. Attendees will also gain key insight on the rapidly evolving interplay between workplace legislation, the common law, and employer practices.
- specific changes to employment law given COVID-19
- uncertainties in employment law given COVID-19
- an overview of recent and relevant case law
- evolving employer obligations during the COVID-19 period
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