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27Jan/19

The International Employment Lawyer

Employing someone to work for you gives them certain rights, and you also have certain responsibilities, all covered by employment law. The real problem is that there isn’t that much data to use – only about 70 time-series observations – and any correlations you might find could well be explained by mere time effects: perhaps variation in certain cultural trends cause, say, both total employment and rents to fluctuate, rendering spurious any correlation you find between total employment and rent.

V. Québec (Commission d’appel en matière de lésions professionnelles), 1993 2 SCR 756, without deciding the point definitively – that jurisprudential conflict did not constitute an independent” basis for review – the question could it seemed, be revisited and was indeed by three of the judges.

In the past staffing agencies may have only been considered for workers who weren’t looking for long term employment but today more long term …