Canada’s leading employment lawyer Howard Levitt covers the major cases of 2015 and explains how they’ll shape the year ahead.
From workplace apartheid to bullying on national TV – there was no shortage of international stories to attract HR’s attention in the first half of 2015.
HRM looks at the big-hitting stories from the second quarter to find out what was happening in spring.
The F1 worker’s rumoured move to rival Ferrari raised red flags regarding intellectual property and corporate espionage.
Mass cuts in the energy sector put high-earning women at an increased risk of spousal abuse, warns one Calgary support centre.
One leading employment lawyer has offered her advice to HR professionals who want to avoid holiday party liability.
Both the employer and employee in this recent case got it wrong – are you sure you’re right? One industry lawyer explains.
An Ontario worker has just won a reinstatement order thanks to his employer’s terrible timing.
Employers often enforce week-long breaks, but can you legally ask your workers to take more than the statutory holidays?
A group of former employees have filed complaints with the EEOC, alleging “national origin discrimination.”