Yet another case is drilling in just how important it is to have a carefully constructed, future proof employment contract.
A former flight attendant has launched her second lawsuit against the Canadian carrier, making renewed claims of a sexist culture.
A global financial firm has begun asking employees if they’d like to disclose their sexual orientation but experts warn there could be risks.
A recent decision from the BC Court of Appeal has exhibited some rarely seen leniency towards employers, reveals one leading lawyer.
Can you turn around an entire organization’s tainted culture with just one change program? This Canadian employer is determined to find out
Crawford Chondon and Partners take a look back at the top cases and key legislative changes that impacted your workplace.
A leading lawyer reminds employers in Ontario’s construction industry about the extra preparations they need to make before March 1.
Even the most virtuous of employers can make costly slip-ups, as a Vancouver church just discovered.
Currently, the RCMP is the only police service in Canada without the power to unionize – but that may soon change.
“You’ve got to know when to fold ‘em” – that’s the warning from one leading employment lawyer following a recent mitigation case.