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EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
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Unemployed workers must carry out a reasonable job search for (and accept) “suitable employment” to qualify for EI unemployment benefits
WITHOUT CAUSE
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Explanations are required if termination is with cause but discretionary if it’s without cause
CITIZENSHIP
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Asking for confirmation of Canadian citizenship or residency in a job notice could raise a discrimination red flag.
DISCIPLINE
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Unauthorized personal use of a company credit card is a serious offence warranting discipline, especially when the employee occupies a position of trust like a manager.
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WORKPLACE VIOLENCE

First Steps In Managing A Difficult Employee

An employee who is angry, volatile or a potential threat does not belong in the workplace, but it can be difficult and in some cases potentially dangerous to fire that employee without first taking important steps to ensure you manage the situation appropriately.

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STATUTORY HOLIDAYS

Know the Laws of Your Province: 2015 Statutory Holidays in Each Province

As holiday season approaches, here’s a look at all the 2015 statutory holidays in each jurisdiction.

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DISGRUNTLED EMPLOYEES

Identifying Potentially Disgruntled Employees

9 signs you may be dealing with a disgruntled employee who needs your intervention

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EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

Feds Clarify Job Search Requirements for EI Benefits

Unemployed workers must search for (and accept) “suitable employment” to qualify for EI unemployment benefits. What exactly does “suitable employment” mean? And what exactly are recipients supposed to do in seeking it? If you’re involved in managing HR and payroll, it’s important that you be …

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Compliance Issues with Labour Market Impact Assessments and Hiring Immigrants

Join Benjamin A Kranc of Kranc Associates Immigration Lawyers as he covers more issues of ongoing compliance than ‘how to get a work permit’.
Find out:
1. Basic definitions to allow attendees to understand underlying issues and considerations
2. The Work Permit System summarized, including the overall structure, …

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NEWSLETTER

HR Insider Newsletter – September 2015

In this issue, learn more about organisational structure to business management and how this has evolved, termination notice and if you can ask an applicant about kids during an interview.

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CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT

Fixed Terms – Can They Be Broken?

Employers seeking to use fixed-term employment agreements should carefully review their termination provisions to ensure that they specifically contemplate early termination and, further, that they are enforceable.

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LONG-TERM ILLNESS

What Are An Employer’s Obligations To A Terminally Ill Employee?

A serious and long-term illness that prevents an employee from being able to work can eventually result in the “frustration” of the employment contract. What happens when the employee has a terminal illness?

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EMPLOYEE THEFT

Some of Your Retail Employees May Be Ripping You Off

A survey on ‘inventory shrinkage’ found that billions of dollars are lost to theft, fraud and errors. Find out how you can decrease losses from employee theft in the Retail sector.

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RECOGNITION

Peer Recognition and Appreciation Policy

The following template provides guidance for developing and documenting a Peer-to-Peer employee recognition and appreciation program and policy.

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