If a sacked worker fights to get their job back, a federally-regulated employer can rarely win
A legal expert explains how employers can navigate between disability and discipline when it comes to drug use
Dozens of major companies in the US are encouraging a federal court to declare discrimination based on sexual orientation illegal
The Alberta worker claimed he had been discriminated against on the basis of addiction.
The long-service employee has slammed the network for “indefensible” institutional racism.
The legislation will now be referred to Canada’s highest court after MPs went against Justin Trudeau's recommendations.
One top lawyer explains when punitive or aggravated damages should be awarded in cases of wrongful dismissal.
A long-service employee who was fired over a $1 misunderstanding has now won $46,000.
The Supreme Court suggests a more technical analysis of termination provisions is not the appropriate test, at least in Ontario.
The province has raised the possibility of giving workers unpaid days off in a bid to reduce its billion-dollar deficit.