Zeinab Yousif

Associate | Toronto

416.597.4393

Portrait of Zeinab Yousif

Zeinab Yousif provides practical and proactive advice on a wide range of labour and employment matters, including labour relations, employment standards, wrongful dismissals, human rights, workplace investigations and other related matters. Zeinab represents clients before mediators, courts, and administrative tribunals and conducts workplace investigations. She also presents and provides training on workplace issues and writes regularly on labour and employment developments. Her goal is to deliver creative, timely, and cost-effective solutions to her clients.

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Morning Recess: An Education Industry Seminar Series

Miller Thomson invites you to join us for our next complimentary popular Morning Recess webinar series Principals’ 201: Harassment in Schools. This informative 45-minute webinar is the third in our 2017-2018 school year series for administrators. We will review what...

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Morning Recess: An Education Industry Seminar Series

Miller Thomson invites you to join us for our next complimentary popular Morning Recess webinar series Principals’ 101: Labour – Case Law Update. This informative 45-minute webinar is the last in our 2016-2017 school year series for new administrators. We...

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Miller Thomson’s 2017 Labour Relations & Employment Law Conference

We are pleased to invite you to Miller Thomson’s complimentary Labour Relations & Employment Law Conference. Our featured speakers will provide legal and practical insights on emerging HR topics impacting the workplace. Our program has been pre-approved for 5.75 Continuing Professional Development...

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Federal Employer Update: An Overview of Recent Changes to the Canada Labour Code

The Canada Labour Code (the “Code”) has been recently amended by Bill C-63. The changes made by Bill C-63 enhance the rights of federally regulated employees and provide them with greater flexibility in the workplace with respect to scheduling, hours...

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Ontario Employers, Update your ESA Poster Today!

The Ministry of Labour has issued an updated version of the poster entitled Employment Standards in Ontario (“Poster”), which can be found at this link. All employers in Ontario are required by the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) to post...

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Reminder to Ontario Employers: Mandatory AODA Compliance Reports Due December 31, 2017

The deadline to file the 2017 Accessibility Compliance Report is fast approaching. Under Ontario’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (“AODA”), businesses and non-profits with 20 or more employees as well as designated public sector organizations must file a...

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Reminder to Ontario Employers: Mandatory AODA Compliance Reports Due December 31, 2017

The deadline to file the 2017 Accessibility Compliance Report is fast approaching. Under Ontario’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (“AODA”), businesses and non-profits with 20 or more employees as well as designated public sector organizations must file a...

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The Ontario Court of Appeal Weighs in on the Severability of Termination Clauses

In a recent decision, North v Metaswitch Networks Corporation, the Ontario Court of Appeal found that the employer could not rely on a severability clause in an employment contract to delete only one part of a termination provision for being...

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Federal Legislative Update: Amendments to the Canada Labour Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act

Federally-regulated employers should take note of the following recent changes to the Canada Labour Code (“Code”) and the Canadian Human Rights Act (“CHRA”): Return to a Card-Based System Bill C-4, An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary...

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Is a Subcontractor a Successor or Related Employer for Labour Relations Purposes?

Introduction In a recent decision, Molson Coors Canada, the Ontario Labour Relations Board (the “Board”) held that the subcontracting relationship between Molson Coors Canada (“MCC”) and Sherway Warehousing Inc. (“Sherway”) did not amount to a sale of business nor were...

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Federal Government Consultation on Planned Accessibility Legislation

The federal government has commenced a national consultation process to inform the development of new planned federal accessibility legislation that will transform how the Government of Canada addresses accessibility. The planned legislation would apply to organizations and areas under federal...

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Election Day Reminder: Employer Obligations to Provide Time for Voting

With election day just around the corner, we thought it would be appropriate to provide an overview of employer obligations regarding time for voting. The Canada Elections Act (the “Act”) governs an employer’s obligations with respect to allowing time to...

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California Decision Finds that Uber Driver is an Employee

In a recent decision that has been the subject of considerable commentary in the United States, the California Labor Commissioner held that an Uber driver was an employee rather than an independent contractor. While this decision is not a binding...

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Groupe Touchette Inc. acquires assets of Dealer Tire Canada ULC and enters into long-term partnership with Dealer Tire LLC

Canadian counsel to Dealer Tire, LLC

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