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This story will help you determine if you have just cause to fire an employee without notice.
Some lies are so serious that no employee who utters them can ever be trusted again; others warrant nothing more serious than a frown or slap on the wrist.
Is Making a Poorly Performing Employee Retire When He Reaches Age 65 Discrimination?
Reporter Matt Turing has worked at the same newspaper for 34 years. After a great run, his work has steadily deteriorated—to the tune of 4 written performance warnings in the past 3 years.
Learn about why a Toronto company, the Social Media Group implemented an unlimited vacation policy and how it has shaped the workplace culture.
Savvy HR directors know how important a good vacation package is to hiring and recruiting. The 2 key questions for HR:
1. How much vacation time must an organization offer by law?
2. How much, if any, additional time should an organization offer to compete effectively in the current market?
The 2011 Vacation Deprivation Survey from travel site Expedia.com finds that even when people are on vacation they often remain connected to the workplace.
As summer and student hiring season approaches, now is the time to make sure you comply with regulatory requirements regarding young workers under OHS laws.
HRInsider interviews ADP Canada’s VP of Human Resources.
Find out what HR metrics are, how you collect them and how they can help HR become a strategic business partner.
After 31 years of service, a Canada Post fired a postal clerk for posting derogatory things about her supervisors and CP on Facebook. The arbitrator upheld termination, noting that posts weren’t private correspondence and constituted gross insubordination, hurtful—causing one supervisor to miss significant time for …
How to respond to refusals to do dangerous work without liability for reprisals and wrongful dismissal
-By Glenn Demby
By Paula Santonocito
The Financial Post’s Ten Best Companies to Work For 2012 list was recently released, along with details about what earned this year’s companies recognition.
By Sheryl Smolkin
Global Positioning Systems (GPS) give employers the ability to monitor how employees are using the company vehicles and other equipment entrusted to them. But this raises thorny issues under privacy laws.
Federal Privacy Commission Cases
There have been a pair …
One reason bullying is such a problem is that it makes your organization vulnerable to constructive dismissal claims. Here’s the problem and how to manage it.
Deliberately refusing to hire or promote a single mother because she has young kids is one of the most obvious forms of “family status discrimination” banned by human rights laws.