Dismissal Is Wrongful But Not Worthy of $30K in Aggravated Damages

The trial court ruled that the charges were untrue and that the dismissal was not only wrongful but in bad faith.
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HR Month in Review – August 2017: British Columbia

Sept. 15: The British Columbia general minimum wage is going up 50¢ to $11.35 on that date.

Men-and-Women-Can’t-Share-Hotel-Room No Excuse for Not Hiring Female

We didn’t reject her because she was female.
Minimum Wage

Alberta OKs Minimum Wage Class Action by Ex-WHL Players

Less than two months after Ontario greenlighted a minimum wage class action by former players against the Ontario Hockey League, Alberta has approved a similar suit against the Western Hockey League

HR Month in Review – August 2017: Alberta

Alberta: The MOL has been quite busy updating the various guidelines affected by the upcoming ESC changes under Bill 17: The Fair and Family-friendly Workplaces Act.

HR Month in Review – August 2017: Federal

Federal OHS inspectors will be making the rounds to check whether employers are complying with new GHS chemical safety requirements under WHMIS.

Know The Laws of Your Province: Unpaid Leave for Crime-Related Child Death or Disappearance

Overtime averaging rules vary sharply by jurisdiction.

Case of the Month: Ontario Ruling Underlines the Difficulty of Accommodating Workplace Allergies

Termination wasn’t discrimination but firm must still pay damages for failing to accommodate.

The Latest and Greatest from the World of Employment and Labour Law: A Review...

Date: September 20, 2017 Time: 9-10am PST + Q&A Registration: Click Here Speaker: James D. Kondopulos, Partner at Roper Greyell LLP   The world of employment and labour law is constantly evolving. Join James D....
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HR Compliance Calendar: Upcoming deadlines, regulatory changes and enforcement events you need to prepare...

Fall protection training in Ontario, big ESA changes and minimum wage increases.