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.
B.C.’s Supreme Court recently overturned a decision that would have seen the previous high-water mark more than doubled.
One BC-based employment lawyer said a recent record-breaking decision has serious implications for HR professionals.
HRM spoke to top Toronto lawyer Howard Levitt about the legal standing of the “three strikes and you’re out” rule of thumb.
One Supreme Court’s eyebrow-raising decision gives workers the right to watch blue movies on their lunch break. Yes, really.
Employers have come under fire after 130 flight attendants were grounded – for being overweight.