Hicks Morley continues to monitor changes to the COVID-19 situation. Our priority has been and continues to be our firm members, our clients and the community. We are making efforts to do our part to reduce the risk and effective immediately, we will continue to have lawyers and staff onsite but most of our lawyers…
All of our offices are presently open for business. As recognized leaders in the areas of employment and labour law, Hicks Morley is well-positioned to assist you in your compliance obligations, developing contingency plans and managing the health and safety of your workforce. We have developed a dedicated webpage as a resource regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to assist employers in navigating the potential impact this pandemic may have on your workplace.
Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that Stephanie Jeronimo has joined the firm’s partnership. Stephanie is a labour and employment lawyer practising out of our Toronto office.
Clients have recognized Hicks Morley for its unparalleled client service, as published in the BTI Client Service A-Team 2020: Survey of Law Firm Client Service Performance. In the report, Hicks Morley was named a Standout in Investing in Client Relationships and Client-facing Communication.
Hicks Morley has been recognized in Chambers Canada 2019 Guide for Employment & Labour – Nationwide and Ontario, and Pensions & Benefits – Nationwide. The firm receives praise from clients for giving “sound advice and explaining things in a business-friendly way,” as well as for its “very strong bench” as well as its “technical expertise and promptness.”
Congratulations to our lawyers who have been recognized as notable practitioners in Chambers Canada 2019.
Canadian Lawyer Magazine quoted Hicks Morley’s Julia Nanos in a July 3, 2018 article titled “Retailers squeezed by new rules.” The article discusses how some of the new laws implemented in Ontario, such as calculations for holiday pay and equal pay for equal work are affecting restaurants and retailers.
Hicks Morley’s Jessica Toldo authored an article in Employment and Labour Law Reporter titled “Pay Equity Compliance: An Update From The Supreme Court of Canada.” The article discusses two decisions by The Supreme Court of Canada pertaining to Quebec’s Pay Equity Act (Act) that serve as a reminder to all employers of the importance of complying with their governing pay equity legislation….
Hicks Morley’s Lauri Reesor was quoted in the May 9, 2012 edition of Human Resources Daily. In an article entitled “Ignore Commission’s pay equity drive at your $100m+ peril,” Lauri comments on the implementation of the new Pay Gender Wage Gap Program and the legal implications for employers of failing to maintain pay equity. View…
Hicks Morley’s Carolyn Kay was interviewed by Canadian HR Reporter regarding the pay equity issues employers face, the hidden costs of non-compliance and how to deal with requests from Ontario’s Pay Equity Commission. Watch the interview
An article by Hicks Morley’s Carolyn Kay appeared in the September 20, 2010 issue of Canadian HR Reporter. The piece, entitled “Employers Can’t Afford to be Complacent with Pay Equity” discusses the Pay Equity Act. Carolyn reports complaints by employees and unions, and audits by the Pay Equity Commission continue to force employers to confront…