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Dec 9, 2013

By Jay Rider

Ask Not What You Can Do for Your Employer But What Your Employer Must Do for You!

This is the message being sent to the labour relations community by arbitrator Lyle Kanee in a very recent award (re Communications, Energy and Pap...

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Apr 11, 2013

Employers may be Required to Endure Reasonable Delay due to Picketing when Entering and Exiting their Property

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently held that when it comes to picketing-induced delays, “some inconvenience to the employer is pe...

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Feb 7, 2013

Tattoos No Longer Confined to Sailors and Inmates - Now They Can Also Be Visible on Hospital Workers, Arbitrator Rules

In a recent decision, a labour arbitrator found that a hospital’s policy of employees having to cover up tattoos and hide body piercing was u...

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Jan 10, 2013

By David Chondon

Termination and Raid Applications during the “Open Period” in the Construction Industry - the “Open Period” is Coming!

In Ontario many construction industry collective agreement negotiations take place every three years. On April 30th of this year, collective agreem...

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