One employment lawyer explains why unionized workers won’t always get their jobs back – even if they’ve been fired unfairly.
The cardiologist’s $1.4 million settlement is the largest award ever in Canada for damages to reputation and career.
Your new recruit was heralded by their former employer but you find they’re a complete disaster – can you claim against the company?
The major financial organization claims it’s making it easier for employers to assess the overall risk to their workplace.
Finance ministers reached an agreement in principle yesterday but only 58 per cent of the public are in support.
Employees are legally entitled to time off but employers don’t have to drop everything to accommodate them, says one industry lawyer.
A Chinese bank has come under fire after one leadership trainer repeatedly smacked employees with a wooden paddle.
Sources indicate finance ministers have finally reached a preliminary deal to expand the Canada Pension Plan.
It’s both immoral and illegal but – believe it or not – employee theft doesn’t always warrant immediate dismissal.
Employees could potentially sue if they claim your account is unfair but one industry lawyer says honesty is at the crux of the issue.