The employer was ordered to compensate a unionized employee despite being registered with the WSIB – but why?
Yet another case is drilling in just how important it is to have a carefully constructed, future proof employment contract.
A new study has revealed that many workers tend to keep quiet about important issues but their silence could be costing your business.
A recent decision is offering clarity to employers over exactly what constitutes a “workplace” for health and safety inspections.
One former patient claims a nurse’s “terrifying” tattoo left her with nightmares but bosses have stood by their liberal appearance policy.
Low-skilled workers are often afforded less notice than specialized staff but that tradition could be changing, warns one industry lawyer.
HR professionals have been urged to carefully consider what they include in discipline or dismissal letters.
Changes are due in September 2016 and HR professionals will have to be prepared, warns one employment lawyer.
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.