Employers are leaving themselves open to serious financial risk if they don’t consider the doctrine, warns one lawyer.
A claim by a former government HR executive over sexual harassment has been dismissed by a tribunal.
Retired Hamilton steelworkers are applauding a new court decision that will protect the place of pensioners in the queue of creditors for U.S. Steel Canada.
Nuns from several religious institutions will appeal a court’s decision around a law that requires employers to provide staff with contraception.
The retailer has settled with Samantha Elauf, who launched a religious discrimination case in 2008 – but at what cost?
A lesbian couple say they were left $150,000 out of pocket after the retail giant refused to cover spouses of gay employees.
An internal memo suggests the force is finally responding to the string of allegations that have muddied the military’s reputation.
Unauthorized wage deductions go against the ESA and it seems even the threat of it could land employers in hot water.
Experts argue that flexible dress-codes – often billed as “soft-benefits” – are good for business. Here’s why.
A Muslim woman rejected by the retailer because her hijab did not comply with its ‘look policy’ has won a discrimination case in the US Supreme Court.