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Dec 20, 2012

Ministry of Labour not required to Assist Employers with Compliance of Safety Orders, rules Ontario’s Labour Relations Board

The Ontario Labour Relations Board recently decided in Scholastic Book Fairs Canada Inc. v. Aguilar, 2012 CanLII 49789 (OLRB), that Ministry of Lab...

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Aug 23, 2012

Employee sleeping on the job is reinstated as a result of lenient past practices and poorly drafted Disciplinary Policy

Cameco Corporation and United Steelworkers, Local 8562 (Grievance of Robert Davis)  should serve as a cautionary tale of what can happen if em...

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Jul 26, 2012

By Kelsey Orth

Collective Bargaining News: Ontario Government Freezes Funding for Compensation in Broader Public Sector

Even if you are not an employer in the Broader Public Sector (“BPS”), you have probably heard of the Drummond Report:  a 668-page ...

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Apr 19, 2012

By Kelsey Orth

Social Networking Trips Up Another Employee: Discharge Upheld for Gross Insubordination and Threats Made by Postal Employee in Facebook Posts

It appears that employees, in general, still do not appreciate the juxtaposition of the digital age with respect to employment: while social networ...

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Mar 22, 2012

Understanding Discrimination, Guidance from the Divisional Court

Peel Law Association v. Pieters is a recent decision that clarifies the test for discrimination, an important concept for employers to understand.&...

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Mar 15, 2012

By Mike MacLellan

An Employer’s Duty to Accommodate Still Trumps Privacy Rights

The ever-changing legal landscape in Ontario changed again in January when the Court of Appeal rendered its decision in the civil case of Jones v. ...

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Feb 23, 2012

By Susan Crawford

One Serious Incident of Dishonesty Justifies Summary Dismissal of Long-term Employee

A British Columbia arbitration board has held that an employee’s dishonesty during a workplace investigation into the employee’s conduc...

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Jan 19, 2012

By Susan Crawford

2011 In Review – A Look Back at the Cases and Legislative Changes that Impacted Your Workplace

2011 saw a number of important decisions and legislative changes in the area of labour and employment law.    Over the course of the...

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