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.
That’s the claim from one top labour lawyer who says there’s no shortage of issues to contend with.
A judge says two lawsuits against the RCMP can proceed as a class action, involving all women who’ve ever worked for the force.
One employment lawyer says the annual bash can leave employers with an expensive lump of coal.
The municipal bond firm was co-founded by the first woman to hold a seat on the New York Stock Exchange.
One industry lawyer says there’s a growing trend when it comes to wrongful dismissal suits and its ruffling HR’s feathers.
British Columbia's unionized teachers have won a long-standing battle with the provincial government.
A culture change shouldn’t fall solely on the shoulders of HR, says a business psychologist.