The newest stage is the evolution of a workplace psychological safety policy that looks at social and behavioural hazards broadly and proactively.
A graphic overview of the big employment law changes to prepare for.
A college fired a 54-year-old unpaid intern after a female student accused him of sexually accosting her in an elevator.
A 28-year employee fired for bringing a bottle of beer to work signed a release promising not to sue in exchange for 8 weeks’ severance and continuation of his RRSP benefits.
Ontario, the MOL will launch a series of Regional ESA enforcement initiatives across the province this fall.
Nunavut, to encourage use of the Inuit language in the public sector.
Nova Scotia, the so called Accessibility Act sets out a process for Nova Scotia to achieve full accessibility by 2030.
The Northwest Territories will receive $3 million in federal funding over the next 2 years to support diamond finding research projects.
Newfoundland & Labrador, the second round of Expressions of Interest applications for projects seeking funding under the federal-provincial Foreign Qualification Recognition Agreement ended.
Date: October 18th, 2017 Speaker: Heather Hettiarachchi, LL.B; M.Sc; CPHR Slides: Download [vimeo 238806642 w=100 h=360] The issue of workplace accommodation continues to pose challenges for employers. Given that...
Liability is based not on literal employment relationship but power.
Inter-company harassment risks and how to manage them.