Employment Law

900 CHML – Cutting Off Workers from Benefits at 65 Unconstitutional, Tribunal Rules

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Cutting workers off health, dental, and life insurance benefits when they turn 65 is unconstitutional, Ontario’s human rights tribunal has ruled in a significant case that could spark legislative changes and prompt employers to make their benefit plans more equitable.

Toronto Employment Lawyer Chantel Goldsmith discussed the ruling and what it means for employees and employers in Ontario, on The Bill Kelly Show on Global News Radio 900 CHML.

Goldsmith is Partner at Employment Law Firm Samfiru Tumarkin LLP in Toronto.

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