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Employers know that there are labour and employment laws that they must apply when conducting business – understanding what set of laws shoul...
As many employers may have experienced during labour unrest and collective bargaining negotiations, tensions between management and union represent...
workplaces today require employers and unions to work alongside each other to
maintain positive labour relations. In 2012, approximately 31.5...
Our readers probably already know that when a unionized employee is unjustly discharged from their employment, the presumptive remedy from an arbit...
Cell phones are one of the most common distractions for drivers. Statistics show that drivers engaged in text messaging are up to 23 times more lik...
As many of you may be aware, the Provincial Government is considering whether changes to the Employment Standards Act (“ESA”) and the O...
A central feature of collective bargaining – contract negotiations between unions and employers – is the ability for either party to ap...
Federally-regulated employees may be dismissed on a without cause basis under the Canada Labour Code (the “Code”). This was the conclus...
Just prior to beginning the holiday season themselves, the Senate of Canada gave federally regulated employers an early gift: the passing of Bill C...
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