The Role Of The Employer In A Long Term Disability Case.

September 17, 2008 by  
Category: Medical Malpractice

The employer administers the benefits and the employer is the one who generally fills out the claims form and submits it to the disability carrier. They also administer the benefits to the extent that they say to the employee: give me another medical report or go to see this doctor for an assessment. Employers are […]

The Cost To Employers If Harassment Is Allowed To Continue In Their Company

September 15, 2008 by  
Category: Harassment

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If harassments are allowed to continue, a company will suffer from employee stress-related illness, low morale, and ultimately low production as well. The other cost is to the company’s reputation in the marketplace. People won’t stay with an employer when they are not happy. Looking at the turnover rate in employment may be a good […]

The Purpose Of A Non-Competition Agreement

September 2, 2008 by  
Category: Employment Law

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An employer cannot limit an employee’s right to go out and set up a competing business or work for a competing employer following termination of employment. There is no common law prohibition against competition. In order for an employer to limit an employee’s rights following termination of employment to work for other competitive organizations or […]

Explaining The Employer Category Of The Ontario Nominee Program

January 25, 2008 by  
Category: Immigration Law

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The Ontario Program, and most Provincial Nominee Programs, are driven by employers. Employers nominate workers to come to Ontario and have the advantage, in the provincial program, of getting their workers fairly quickly. The workers have the security of a job as soon as they arrive. In the Federal Skilled Worker applications, people come to […]

Employers need to protect customer base: Sales plunged 96%

May 18, 2005 by  
Category: General

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Imagine watching your sales plunge 96% after one employee quits. Ohio-based car marketer Gunning and Associates (G&A) experienced that sinking feeling when their star Canadian salesman, Steve Kesler, quit and started his own business to compete directly. In 2001, G&A had expanded into Canada by hiring Kesler. After signing a detailed employment contract, Kesler began […]

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