Congratulations are in order for Justin Zelowsky, who was admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar on June 1st, 2021! Justin was a great articling student and we are happy to have him on our team as a newly minted lawyer!Read More
Legal Issues Facing Employers in 2021 (and How to Keep Them at Bay)
It’s part and parcel of being an employer that you’re going to face legal issues at some point – or at the very least, you’re going to have to take steps to prevent legal issues from developing. But 2021 is, for so many reasons, a year unlike any other, in large part because of the pandemic. Employers are having to navigate both old and new legal issues, some of which impact their company’s employee benefits plan.
Please join Benefits Advisor Deb Wiegers as she talks with Adam Touet, Partner with W Law in Saskatoon, about the kinds of legal issues employers are now facing, and what they can do to prevent them from growing.
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When Less is Truly More: A Realistic Approach for Companies Wanting to Protect Trade Secrets and Confidential Information
When Less is Truly More: A Realistic Approach for Companies Wanting to Protect Trade Secrets and Confidential Information through Non-Competition/Non-Solicitation Covenants For many companies, the most valuable asset they possess are their employees. Employment with a company can provide employees with the skills and experience necessary to make them competitive in the market. And while … ContinuedRead More
Safe, fair, equitable and harassment-free workplaces where employees thrive is a goal of any employer. There are occasions when an employer will need an investigation to ensure that these goals are being met. For example, an investigation may be appropriate where an employee files a complaint or the employer is concerned that the work environment … ContinuedRead More