HR Month in Review

Being wrongfully dismissed can actually be an economic windfall for employees given the wide range of damages potentially available.

Payroll Month in Review

Being wrongfully dismissed can actually be an economic windfall for employees given the wide range of damages potentially available.

Constructive Dismissal: The Perils of Unilaterally Changing Pay Formulas

Cutting pay isn’t necessarily illegal; cutting pay unilaterally is

Know The Laws of Your Province: April 2017 Minimum Wage Hikes Take Effect

Are you caught up on all the recent minimum wage adjustments across Canada?

New HR Laws: The 10 Changes in the Federal 2017 Budget HR & Payroll...

Electronic delivery of T4s is a payroll game changer and the highlight of Budget 2017.

HR Insider Newsletter – April 2017

In this month’s HR Insider newsletter, find out: Religious Accommodations Policy (Non-Province-Specific Version) Ontario Clarifies Which Medical Records Can Be Used to Support Accommodations...
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Marijuana in the Workplace

The legalization of marijuana has been hotly debated in Canada for some time now and employers are concerned about the impact it could have on the workplace
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Religious Accommodations Policy (Québec Version)

Islamophobia in Canada isn’t a new phenomenon; but the Québec City mosque bombing may herald a new and uglier phase.

Privacy v. Payroll: Charging Employees a Fee to Access their Personal Pay Records

Who pays the costs of processing personal access requests under privacy laws.
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Religious Accommodations Policy (Ontario Version)

Islamophobia in Canada isn’t a new phenomenon; but the Québec City mosque bombing may herald a new and uglier phase.