A recent decision from the Superior Court of Ontario stresses once again that employees have obligations of notice too.
A leading employment lawyer has urged Ontario-based HR professionals not to overlook an important AODA obligation.
A global financial firm has begun asking employees if they’d like to disclose their sexual orientation but experts warn there could be risks.
The furniture giant has been rebuked after dismissing a worker over milkshake-related misconduct.
A recent court case is revealing the lengths to which employers must go in order to avoid discrimination claims.
Two workers will each receive a major pay-out after their employer falsely categorized them as independent contractors.
Fabricating just cause has cost one organization dearly after a judge deemed the actions “outrageous.”
A recent decision in Ontario has been called a “must-read” for employers after one man’s alleged abhorrent actions weren’t enough to warrant dismissal.
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.