It’s a question that’s plagued HRDs for years
Each police service used to have their own background checking methods
A decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice confirmed a long-standing legal principle that is at the foundation of labour law: the courts have no jurisdiction to hear cases arising from a collective agreement
The proposal poses a'public health risk'
The Code will set out employers’ obligations in respect to staff
Bill 148 & Bill 47: Understanding the changing labour landscape
The case could 'have a big effect for everybody in the gig economy'
It raises questions around what constitutes a breach of the ESA
The plaintiff filed a claim for wrongful dismissal seeking 16 months’ pay-in-lieu of notice
Mass terminations and overtime make for a confusing notice period