A probation officer who engaged in egregious workplace conduct should not have been fired, according to an adjudicator.
One leading employment lawyer explains a recent case in which two dishonest employees were treated very differently.
One leading employment lawyer says it’s an often-asked question that leaves HR stumped – but one recent case is offering advice.
The pay-off may be a huge incentive but the Ontario Securities Commission says culpable informant will still face prosecution.
The Ontario Court of Justice excluded evidence submitted by the regulator and one prominent lawyer says it’s a win for employers everywhere.
The court decision marked the end of an 11-year long legal case with the bank accused of unjust disciplinary action.
The CEO wants to hire a candidate because they went to the same college but could the personal preference be classed as discriminatory?
Your new recruit was heralded by their former employer but you find they’re a complete disaster – can you claim against the company?
It’s both immoral and illegal but – believe it or not – employee theft doesn’t always warrant immediate dismissal.
Employees could potentially sue if they claim your account is unfair but one industry lawyer says honesty is at the crux of the issue.