A recent Ontario case is highlighting the importance for employers to train staff in accommodating all disabilities – even the invisible ones.
A recent Ontario case has proved that contracts signed after employment has commenced may not be legally binding.
A wrongful dismissal claim has been thrown out after an accidental call proved one worker was conducting personal business on company time.
One employee’s request to have the school holidays off should have been protected under the Code, rules Human Rights Commission.
The employer was ordered to compensate a unionized employee despite being registered with the WSIB – but why?
Yet another case is drilling in just how important it is to have a carefully constructed, future proof employment contract.
A new study has revealed that many workers tend to keep quiet about important issues but their silence could be costing your business.
A recent decision is offering clarity to employers over exactly what constitutes a “workplace” for health and safety inspections.
One former patient claims a nurse’s “terrifying” tattoo left her with nightmares but bosses have stood by their liberal appearance policy.
Low-skilled workers are often afforded less notice than specialized staff but that tradition could be changing, warns one industry lawyer.