Alberta’s Court of Appeal has given some hope to employers in safety-sensitive workplaces
The latest twist in a drawn out saga sees the B.C. Court of Appeal reinstate a record-breaking award for “injury to dignity, feelings and disrespect.”
One leading employment lawyer says it’s an often-asked question that leaves HR stumped – but one recent case is offering advice.
Requests from employees for accommodation on the grounds of family status are likely to escalate in coming years. Kelsey Orth outlines some common pitfalls and details what employers need to be aware of to remain compliant
Washington and Colorado offer lessons to Canadian HR leaders as employers try to navigate new challenges around legal drug use.
It’s understandable that some employees want some confidentiality during a complaint process, but can they ever be entirely anonymous?
What would you do if an employee approached you requesting the right to take medically-prescribed marijuana in the workplace? HRM investigates.
A New York court has found that because an intern was unpaid she was not an employee and therefore did not need to be protected from sexual harassment.
When a staff member with a mental health issue is affecting team work, what can HR do to make sure they’re supporting both the ill staff member, and the rest of the team?