A statement said the airline had dismissed the employees due to ‘nonfulfillment of performance standards.’
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Unions are applauding today’s decision which tightened regulations around dismissals for federally-regulated employers.
The controversial Human Rights case has edged forward yet again, explains one leading industry lawyer.
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Yet another case is drilling in just how important it is to have a carefully constructed, future proof employment contract.
A former flight attendant has launched her second lawsuit against the Canadian carrier, making renewed claims of a sexist culture.
A global financial firm has begun asking employees if they’d like to disclose their sexual orientation but experts warn there could be risks.
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