From childcare to eldercare, ‘family status’ is no longer a straightforward issue. With rapidly changing definitions, HR policy is struggling to keep pace. Employment lawyer Gita Anand, with Miller Thomson LLP, provides a briefing
A Michigan employer just paid $215,000 in a height discrimination settlement. Could it happen in Canada?
Could it happen here? A New Zealand prostitute was awarded $25,000 in damages after being sexually harassed by her brothel-owner boss
A BC Supreme Court decision shows the importance of applying HR policies consistently to prevent terminations being overturned in court.
The Supreme Court weighs in on how much information an employer must provide to an incumbent union.
A former employee of a PEI college who stole more than $50,000 has been sentenced after pleading guilty
Canada’s top court has ruled that a $43 million pension surplus from 1997 must be paid to workers and retirees
Court address “forum shopping” by terminated employee in wrongful dismissal claim
The Supreme Court of Canada's decision on pension benefits will impact all employers managing terminations.
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