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Juliette Mestre is a an associate within Baker McKenzie's Employment and Compensation Law Practice Group in Toronto. Juliette joined the Firm in 2020 as a summer student before completing her Ontario articles of clerkship.

Juliette advises employers on a broad range of labour, employment and human rights matters, providing practical legal and business advice to both domestic and international private and public sector clients.

The new year brings new challenges for employers. Join us as we take stock of changes over the last year and strategize for what’s on the horizon. 

In our 75-minute “quick hits” format, we’ll help Canadian in-house counsel and human resources leaders track what to keep top-of-mind for 2023. We’ll also provide practical takeaways to help

Summary

On November 14, 2022, Bill 26 – Strengthening Post-secondary Institutions and Students Act, 2022, passed second reading in the Ontario legislature. If passed, Bill 26 will be effective on July 1, 2023, and will transform how post-secondary institutions and private career colleges address sexual misconduct by faculty and staff.

Bill 26’s key changes

Employers are being faced with difficult decisions about potentially reducing their headcount to eliminate redundant positions in light of a shift in the economic climate and an increased focus on business efficiency.

With any termination comes liability.

In this 3-part series of In Focus videos specific to Reductions in Force, our Labour and Employment