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BC case upholds firing a young worker for testing positive for drugs
Date: Wednesday, June 19th
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One of the most vexing questions employers face in the accommodation process is whether they are obliged to create a …
The Ontario MOL released its plan for targeted OHS and ESA inspections
Use this infographic to inform about the very real health consequences of over-working. Keeping employees healthy and happy is a priority…
Fraudulent disability claims create significant liabilities for employers, insurance companies and the WSIB. Employers who suspect that a claim is fraudulent often struggle with how to effectively address these concerns without creating further legal problems for the company. It is critical that employers equip themselves …
Statutory holiday pay laws are complicated and it’s easy to make mistakes. Here’s what you need to know to get your stat holiday pay calculations right.
Letting employees trade accrued vacation for other benefits can get you into hot water under Employment Standards laws.
Use this form to keep vacation waiver arrangements with employees compliant with employment standards laws.