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January 12, 2023
RBC Dominion Securities facing $800 million class-action suit over unpaid vacation, holiday pay on commissions

LegalColumns/Blogs

January 6, 2023
Non-compete clauses are on life support: It’s time to pull the plug

LegalFeatures

January 5, 2023
CIBC agrees to pay $153 million to settle unpaid overtime lawsuit

LegalFeatures

January 4, 2023
Stop the presses! Newspaper exec’s case raises duty to mitigate bar higher for employers

LegalFeatures

December 19, 2022
Adjudicators can’t reinstate employees to different positions: Federal Court

LegalNewsDiversity & Inclusion

December 14, 2022
Apple drops employee-gagging clauses in what investors call ‘groundbreaking shift’ for tech industry

LegalColumns/BlogsFeaturesRetention

December 14, 2022
In an era of chronic labour shortages, should employers turn blind eye to misbehaviour?

LegalNews

December 12, 2022
Critics question Quebec health-care worker suspensions for taking toast, doughnut

LegalFeatures

December 2, 2022
Secondment agreement was not a fixed-term employment contract: Ontario court

LegalNewsHealth & Safety

November 21, 2022
TTC to drop COVID-19 vaccine mandate for workers, reinstate terminated employees

LegalFeaturesCulture

November 17, 2022
Why Musk’s ultimatum to Twitter employees won’t fly in Canada

LegalNewsBackground Screening

November 16, 2022
RCMP arrest Hydro-Quebec employee allegedly sending secrets to China

LegalFeaturesHuman RightsSexual Harassment

November 10, 2022
Ontario court confirms limitations of sexual harassment lawsuits against employers

LegalNewsDiversity & Inclusion

November 9, 2022
Quebec religious symbols ban violates equality right that can’t be overridden: Lawyer

LegalNews

October 27, 2022
Supreme Court will not hear appeal of Manitoba’s public sector wage freeze

LegalFeaturesHuman Rights

October 21, 2022
Ontario tribunal opens door to human rights claims from unionized workers

LegalNews

October 18, 2022
Slain Quebec girl’s family sues youth protection workers, school board for $3.7 million

LegalFeatures

October 14, 2022
HBC worker awarded $55K in moral, punitive damages after being walked out the door

LegalFeaturesCompensation

October 12, 2022
Is a discretionary bonus really discretionary? Ontario’s Court of Appeal weighs in

LegalNews

October 11, 2022
Ontario employers now required to disclose how they electronically monitor workers

LegalNewsHuman Rights

October 5, 2022
Former head of Alberta Human Rights Commission suing justice minister over dismissal

LegalNews

September 22, 2022
Military officer reprimanded, fined for anti vaccine comments while wearing uniform

LegalFeatures

September 22, 2022
Confidentiality, conflict of interest clauses made contract invalid: Ontario court

LegalFeatures

September 8, 2022
Procedural jockeying during wrongful dismissal litigation backfires for employer

LegalColumns/BlogsDiversity & Inclusion

August 29, 2022
How Quebec’s Bill 21 could be vanquished by a rarely used Charter provision

LegalFeaturesLabour Relations

August 25, 2022
Alleging just cause? Damages for lost wages could run for decades, shows CP Rail ruling

LegalFeaturesLegislation

August 16, 2022
Ontario releases further guidance to employers on electronic monitoring policies

LegalFeaturesHealth & Safety

August 11, 2022
Company fined $125,000 for failing to isolate workers during COVID-19 outbreak

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