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Fired Employee’s Facebook Post Calling Company “s—hole” Showed Dismissal for Workplace Outbursts, Threat Was...
An employee who yelled and swore at a manager about a written test for a maintenance position, and a few days later took a gun out of a box in the company parking lot and “pumped it”, was fired for cause, an arbitrator has decided.
As an HR manager, you’re entrusted with sensitive personal information about your employees. But what happens if you expose information?
The B.C. Supreme Court’s decision in Lau v. Royal Bank of Canada, 2015 BCSC 1639 provides a reminder of the crucial importance of conducting a fair, objective and thorough workplace investigation, especially where dishonesty or fraud is alleged.
As the Career Site becomes an extension of the recruitment and hiring process, HR managers need to be alert to the legal risks, including potential exposure to liability under privacy laws when collecting personal information from site users.
How far can members of a DB plan in surplus go to keep that surplus intact?
Unlike in the U.S., firing employees without cause is illegal in Canada. Or is it?
Can you fire an employee without cause if you pay the requisite termination notice?
Avoid costly errors when reporting separation payments in the Record Of Employment.
How do you measure HR competency?