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Rudner MacDonald in the Media

Rudner MacDonald LLP – The Next Chapter in Employment Law.

Rudner MacDonald has been featured in numerous media stories; in print, online, and on both radio and TV. Browse a variety of media below featuring Natalie MacDonald and Stuart  Rudner, two of Toronto’s top employment lawyers!

April 4, 2016
Canadian HR Reporter: Updated policy on creed in Ontario sparks queries from interest groups
Stuart is quoted on the update to the Ontario Human Rights Commission Policy on Preventing Discrimination Based on Creed.
April 4, 2016
Canadian HR Reporter: Participating in the accommodation process
Stuart discusses the employer and employee's duty to participate in the accommodation process
March 21, 2016
Toronto Sun: System failed injured worker who left country
Stuart discusses a case against WSIB taken to Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
March 4, 2016
Lawyers Weekly: Facing up to age discrimination
Stuart and Richa discuss how the end of mandatory retirement has resulted in both problems and opportunities.
March 3, 2016
Financial Post: With the first Ghomeshi verdict looming it’s a good time for employers to review harassment policies
Stuart is quoted on the impact of allegations of sexual harassment on the individual and employer.
February 7, 2016
Globe & Mail: Nine to Five
Stuart is quoted on criminal record checks and disclosure to employers
December 18, 2015
Succession Planning: Inside out – when it comes to making a hire, cast the widest net
Stuart is quoted on hiring for a position, and whether there are limits on when an organization can hire internally.
December 18, 2015
Lexpert: Social misconduct – managing workplace social media risks
Stuart is quoted on policies and procedure to lessen the risks of employee social media conduct making headlines.
December 17, 2015
Globe & Mail: ’Tis the season for performance reviews
Natalie and Stuart co-authored this column on performance review best practices.
December 4, 2015
Canadian HR Reporter: No guarantee for summary dismissal
Stuart is quoted in HR Reporter on why an 'obvious' just cause termination might not be a good idea.
November 30, 2015
Law Times: Rusonik settles with former employee
Natalie is quoted in Law Times on a wrongful dismissal suit against one of Canada’s largest criminal defence firms.
November 24, 2015
Canadian HR Reporter: Paying an employee for a single daytrip
Stuart is quoted on the issue of whether travel to and from a business meeting in another city considered payable.
November 20, 2015
Canadian HR Reporter: Corporate espionage alleged in railway dispute
Stuart is quoted in Canadian HR Reporter on the effectiveness of restrictive covenants.
October 27, 2015
Fairchild TV: Medical Marijuana in the Workplace
Stuart is interviewed by Fairchild TV on employers' duty to accommodate employees who use medical marijuana in the workplace.
October 21, 2015
FindLaw: Could a six-hour workday work in Canada?
Stuart is interviewed by FindLaw Canada on the legal challenges a 6 hour work day would face in Canada.
October 20, 2015
Lawyers Weekly: The new way to meet with clients
Stuart is interviewed by The Lawyers Weekly Magazine on the role of teleconferencing in meeting with clients from other cities.
September 24, 2015
Globe & Mail: St. Michael’s probes executive after role in fraud revealed
Natalie weighs in on a St. Michael’s Hospital probe into the conduct of a top executive.
September 23, 2015
BNN: CN Rail alleges corporate espionage in suit against CP
Stuart is quoted in Business News Network on a case where an employee of Canadian National Railway Co. shared secret customer information with Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
September 21, 2015
CBC News: Medical marijuana could pose a problem for employers
Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.
September 21, 2015
Canadian HR Reporter: Medical marijuana use at work poses challenges for employers
Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.
September 21, 2015
Huffington Post: Medical marijuana at work – employers could find themselves grappling with a sticky issue
Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.
September 21, 2015
Edmonton Journal: Use of medical marijuana at work poses challenges for employers
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Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.
September 21, 2015
Toronto Sun: Use of medical marijuana at work poses challenges for employers
Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.
September 21, 2015
National Newswatch: Use of medical marijuana at work poses challenges for employers
Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.
September 21, 2015
INFOnews: Use of medical marijuana at work poses challenges for employers
Natalie is quoted on the impact of the recently passed Medical Marijuana Access Regulations and the issues it poses for employers and employees.