This first issue of the newsletter discusses a few noteworthy decisions, including a Québec Court of Appeal’s decision concerning mobile leave granted under the provisions of a collective agreement, and the two days of absence due to illness or family obligations set forth in the Act respecting labour standards.
About Arianne Bouchard
Arianne Bouchard practices in labour and employment law at the Montreal office of Dentons Canada LLP. In her practice, Arianne advises employers of all sizes on matters pertaining to collective and individual labour relations, at both provincial and federal levels. Her practices focuses on issues relating to hiring and firing employees, disciplinary measures, individual or collective layoffs, human rights, employment standards, as well as the interpretation and application of collective agreements and employment contracts.
About Sarah-Émilie Dubois
Sarah-Émilie Dubois is a senior associate in the Employment and Labour group of Dentons’ Montréal office.
In her practice, Sarah-Émilie counsels a wide range of clients on matters pertaining to labour, and occupational health and safety. She has appeared before many levels of court and administrative tribunals, including the Court of Québec (Civil Division, Criminal and Penal Division), Superior Court, grievance arbitrators and the Administrative Labour Tribunal.
About Camille Paradis-Loiselle
Camille Paradis-Loiselle (She/Her/Hers) is a senior associate in the Employment & Labour group of Dentons’ Montréal office.
Camille provides strategic advice to employers at the federal and provincial levels on all aspects of labour and employment law at both the collective and individual levels. In this regard, she deals with issues related to occupational health and safety, labour standards, the imposition of disciplinary or administrative measures, the interpretation or application of collective agreements, psychological harassment, accommodation measures and human rights.
In addition, Camille assists many employers in the negotiation, drafting and review of employment or service contracts and confidentiality, non-solicitation and non-competition agreements.