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Employment Law July 23rd, 2024

Coffee badging in Canada: Understanding the trend and your employee rights

By Karen Tereposky

If you quit your job instead of coffee badging, you forfeit your right to a severance package, which could be 24 months'…

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A white, neatly made bed rests on a light orange floor, against an equally orange background. Sleep Country Canada employees are entitled to full severance when they lose their job.
Employment Law July 22nd, 2024

Fairfax Financial buys Sleep Country Canada for $1.7B: Employee rights

By Lior Samfiru

Fairfax Financial is buying Sleep Country Canada in a deal valued at $1.7 billion that will see Prem Watsa's company expand beyond…

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Employment Law July 22nd, 2024

Amdocs Layoffs: up to 3,000 employees affected amid strong performance

By Lior Samfiru

Software giant Amdocs is laying off 1,500-3,000 employees globally, affecting up to 10% of staff, despite the company's strong performance.

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COVID July 22nd, 2024

Layoffs in Canada (2024)

By Lior Samfiru

A comprehensive list of all the notable layoffs that have happened at Canadian companies in 2024 due to downsizing or restructuring.

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Sparks fly as a piece of equipment cuts holes into silver chunks of metal. Manufacturing sector employees are entitled to severance pay.
Employment Law July 19th, 2024

DCM Group buys DH Aerospace: Employee rights

By Lior Samfiru

Montreal-based DCM Group has acquired DH Aerospace, which operates in Ontario as Koss Aerospace and Brampton Processing.

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Employment Law July 18th, 2024

Bankruptcies and employment law: Employment lawyer Chantel Goldsmith with Law Times

By Chantel Goldsmith

Employment lawyer Chantel Goldsmith spoke with the Law Times to discuss the rise in reported bankruptcies and their impact on employment law.

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A larger, rolling farmer's field extends off into the distance, with a slightly cloudy blue sky visible overhead. Cargill employees who lose their job are entitled to a severance package.
Employment Law July 18th, 2024

Cargill Layoffs: 200 tech jobs cut globally in shift to ‘new digital technology’

By Lior Samfiru

Cargill is cutting approximately 200 tech jobs globally as part of its shift to build 'new digital technology' and 'data capabilities.'…

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Employment Law July 18th, 2024

Paladin Energy buys Fission Uranium for $1.14B: Employee rights

By Lior Samfiru

Paladin Energy is set to acquire Fission Uranium in a deal that will position Paladin as the third-largest publicly traded uranium producer.

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Employment Law July 18th, 2024

Rethink Communications: Severance Packages

By Lior Samfiru

Laid off or lost your job at Rethink? Learn about your employment rights in Canada and how to calculate your severance pay.

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