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Employment Law June 27th, 2024

Cyber attacks on car dealerships lead to reduction in employee hours: Alex Lucifero on CTV News

By Alex C. Lucifero

Employment lawyer and Partner Alex Lucifero joined CTV News Ottawa to discuss the impact on employees of cyber attacks.

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A man is seeing driving a car, potentially financied by Rifco.
Employment Law June 26th, 2024

Rifco Layoffs: Over 200 jobs reportedly cut by Alberta auto loan company

By Lior Samfiru

Rifco, an Alberta company that provides vehicle financing, is reportedly laying off more than 200 employees.

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A Van De Graaff generator, like the one featured at the Ontario Science Centre.
Employment Law June 25th, 2024

Ontario Science Centre Layoffs: More than 50 food service workers lose jobs

By Lior Samfiru

OPSEU has announced that over 50 Ontario Science Centre food service workers will be laid off in the near future.

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A blue car parked in front of glass windows, potentially at a car dealership in Canada.
Employment Law June 25th, 2024

CDK cyberattack hits Canadian car dealerships: Employee rights

By Lior Samfiru

Software company CDK Global experienced consecutive cyberattacks, impacting auto dealerships, buyers, and employees across Canada.

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Employment Law June 24th, 2024

Can your boss take your phone away?: Employment lawyer on 640 Toronto

By Aaron Levitin

Employment lawyer Aaron Levitin on 640 Toronto with Kelly Cutrara to discuss an employer's ability to confiscate their staff's personal devices.

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Employment Law June 24th, 2024

Ontario court upholds 24 month award for wrongful dismissal: Employment lawyer comments with HR Reporter

By Chantel Goldsmith

Employment lawyer Chantel Goldsmith spoke with Canadian HR Reporter to discuss a recent Ontario court decision regarding a wrongful dismissal and damages.

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A Toronto Police detective discusses Project Poacher via a livestream.
Employment Law June 21st, 2024

ServiceOntario employee arrested in $9.5M auto-theft bust, 100 cars found: Toronto Police

By Aaron Levitin

A look at whether a ServiceOntario employee's alleged role in a $9.5M auto-theft ring meets the definition of a termination for cause.

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Employment Law June 21st, 2024

Ontario Science Centre closing immediately over structural concerns: Employee rights

By Lior Samfiru

The Ontario Science Centre is closing today due to dangers posed by the weakened roof, impacting 250 employees.

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A number of glass flasks and graduated cylinders, potentially used by STEMCELL Technologies, sit on a table.
Employment Law June 20th, 2024

STEMCELL Technologies Layoffs: Number of jobs reportedly cut by biotech company

By Lior Samfiru

STEMCELL Technologies, a Canadian biotech company, is reportedly laying off a number of employees across the country.

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