One leading employment lawyer says too many organizations don’t have a plan in place when it comes to employee injuries.
The stakes have never been higher, warns one leading employment lawyer – HR needs to have a fool-proof plan in place.
One man’s injury in an off-beat industry has prompted the Ontario Court of Appeal to put an end to one major misconception.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour might be easing up on inspections but the number of convictions actually rose last year.
One employer’s attempt to create a people-first philosophy ended up in labour arbitration after workers voiced their concerns.
One leading employment lawyer says HR professionals should be wary of a potential loophole that certain workers could use.
HR professionals must be careful about what they communicate to candidates in the hiring process, warns one top labour lawyer.
A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court is serving as a reminder to employers – never dismiss on suspicion alone
“I'm truly sorry. We let you down,” the president of the Canadian Olympic Committee said yesterday before promising major changes.
A recent European Court decision indicates support for employers who access employees’ private conversations.