Talent Canada
Talent Canada


LegalColumns/BlogsSexual HarassmentTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

June 20, 2022
“Non-accidental” touching of female employee not enough to withhold termination pay: Ontario Court


June 2, 2022
The law of constructive dismissal remains murky amidst COVID-19


May 19, 2022
Navigating the ‘new normal’ – best practices for recalling employees to the office

LegalNewsDiversity & Inclusion

May 18, 2022
Federal lawyer asks judge to strike out spy service employee’s discrimination lawsuit

LegalNewsTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

May 17, 2022
Former Halifax mayor Peter Kelly is fired from role at Charlottetown City Hall


May 10, 2022
Working for Workers Act 2022 brings changes to Ontario workplaces


May 2, 2022
Military must better accommodate troops with exceptional family needs: watchdog


April 26, 2022
Overly aggressive litigation approach could cost employers: Court


March 23, 2022
Secret recording of co-workers cause for dismissal: B.C. court


March 14, 2022
Regulator fines engineers 8 years after Mount Polley disaster in B.C.

LegalFeaturesOff-Duty Conduct

March 11, 2022
When off-duty conduct crosses the line

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesBenefits & Pensions

February 24, 2022
Turning a blind eye? Employees cannot escape terms of employment agreements


February 16, 2022
Employment litigation trends to watch in 2022

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesHuman RightsTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

February 16, 2022
Termination deemed discriminatory if connected with human rights grounds in any way

LegalNewsHealth & Safety

February 14, 2022
N.B. judge rejects ‘rambling’ anti-vax arguments from 4 public servants

Sponsored by
LegalFeaturesBenefits & PensionsFuture of WorkMental HealthWorking Remotely

February 10, 2022
Work Reimagined:
Employee benefits for the hybrid workplace

LegalNewsBullyingGlobal HR NewsMental Health

February 1, 2022
Toyota apologizes for suicide after overwork, harassment in Japan

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesAccommodation/Return-to-workHealth & Safety

January 31, 2022
‘Zero-tolerance’ cannabis policy for workers in safety sensitive positions found to be unreasonable, discriminatory

LegalNewsBullyingSexual HarassmentWorkplace Investigations

January 13, 2022
Mounties urge Supreme Court to allow class action on bullying to proceed

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesCompensationHealth & Safety

January 13, 2022
Federal Court rules that mandatory vaccination policies do not ‘force’ employees to get vaccinated

LegalFeaturesHealth & Safety

January 3, 2022
No ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution when it comes to vaccine mandates at work: experts

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesHealth & Safety

December 22, 2021
How COVID-19 impacted employment law in 2021

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesSexual HarassmentTerminations/Wrongful DismissalWorkplace Investigations

December 15, 2021
Employee terminated for just cause after refusing to apologize for lewd comments

LegalNewsSexual HarassmentTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

December 3, 2021
Alberta premier’s office counters lawsuit filed by former employee

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

December 2, 2021
B.C. employer learns that COVID-19 has not ‘frustrated’ all contracts


November 8, 2021
Fraud trial of former N.S. hospital CEO to focus on travel expenses: Crown


November 4, 2021
Employers regain some power in wake of Waksdale


November 3, 2021
B.C. auditor calls for better fraud risk measures at public sector organizations


October 22, 2021
Workers who resist vaccine mandates may not be eligible for EI, according to feds


October 21, 2021
Employers beware: Workplace harassment can lead to constructive dismissal claim


October 18, 2021
Court reduces cost award in ‘close call’ wrongful dismissal case that employer won

LegalNewsBullyingGlobal HR NewsSexual Harassment

October 13, 2021
Runner sues ex-coach, Nike for millions over alleged abuse

From the Bookstore