Canadians will be casting their vote in three weeks – but what obligations do employers have? One labour lawyer tells all.
Don’t jump the gun just because your employee behaved somewhat inauspiciously online, warns one labour lawyer.
The CN Rail employee is thought to have shared valuable business information with the company’s biggest rival.
A new report has revealed that 99% of workers don’t fully understand their contracts – should HR step in?
Employees who quit while under severe stress can’t always be held accountable for their actions, warns judge.
A recent shooting has ignited calls for HR to play a role in warning other employers against dangerous employees rather than ‘passing the trash’.
‘Poisoned workplace’ claims have arisen following the exposure of a federation of trade union effort to spy on its own employees with a secret camera.
Employers tend to be too-little aware of legislation prohibiting discrimination based on a person’s family status.
One academic’s shocking comment sparked outrage on social media with many users calling for his immediate dismissal.
One labour lawyer explains the principles behind vicarious liability and offers advice on minimizing risk.