Avoiding Issues with Seasonal Employment

By Chelsea Gibson, BA, LLB and Kevin Thompson, B.Sc.

It has been a long, cold winter, but spring is finally in the air. That also means it is the time when many companies start hiring or re-hiring their seasonal workers. Seasonal employment for anyone working outdoors in the turf industry is a reality in a country where winter seems to last six months. Understanding the basics of employment law at the outset of an employment contract can help avoid problems when the snow starts to fall.

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