Low-skilled workers are often afforded less notice than specialized staff but that tradition could be changing, warns one industry lawyer.
HR professionals have been urged to carefully consider what they include in discipline or dismissal letters.
Changes are due in September 2016 and HR professionals will have to be prepared, warns one employment lawyer.
A recent decision from the Superior Court of Ontario stresses once again that employees have obligations of notice too.
A leading employment lawyer has urged Ontario-based HR professionals not to overlook an important AODA obligation.
A global financial firm has begun asking employees if they’d like to disclose their sexual orientation but experts warn there could be risks.
The furniture giant has been rebuked after dismissing a worker over milkshake-related misconduct.
A recent court case is revealing the lengths to which employers must go in order to avoid discrimination claims.
Two workers will each receive a major pay-out after their employer falsely categorized them as independent contractors.
Fabricating just cause has cost one organization dearly after a judge deemed the actions “outrageous.”