Canadian B Corps Stand Against Hate and Discrimination in the Workplace By Melissa Schweyer (for Triple Pundit) In a recent article for Triple Pundit highlighting four Canadian B Corps taking a stand against discrimination and hate, Melissa Schweyer speaks to Trevor Thomas about Kent Employment Law’s values and our commitment to diversity and inclusion. You […]
It’s difficult but necessary to talk about the end of a working relationship before a new hire has even signed a contract. Richard Johnson explains why.
What does the gig economy mean for B.C. workers? Geoff Mason weighs in.
“The bottom line is that the way the employment standards protections are structured currently, they did not have this economic concept in mind,” Geoff Mason tells Business in Vancouver.
Severance liability, bad faith damages result of employer’s ambiguous standards (The Lawyer’s Daily)
Richard Johnson lends his insight on the Cottrill v. Utopia Day Spas and Salons Ltd. case relating to aggravated/bad faith damages in Lawyers Daily.
For those seeking compensation after enduring workplace harassment, their employment contract is often a significant indicator of how much money they could receive in a claim.
Individuals are entitled to protection against discrimination because of their age, but it is important to consult a lawyer quickly if legal action is required
A skincare therapist has been awarded $15,000 in aggravated damages for the bad-faith conduct of her employer in a wrongful dismissal case, says Kent employment lawyer Richard Johnson, who represented the woman in the lawsuit.
We were delighted to have a reason to play host to the Okanagan community last month at the official opening of our Kelowna office!
Employees should carefully review and negotiate their agreements before starting a new job to ensure their severance and termination clauses are acceptable.