Labour and employment

B.C. employee dismissed after complaining on Twitter about employer’s cheap holiday gift

B.C. employee dismissed after complaining on Twitter about employer’s cheap holiday gift

The gift in question was a $6 bottle of barbecue sauce

Two Alberta-based law firms merge

Two Alberta-based law firms merge

The full-service regional law boutique features a focused employment law division

Supreme Court of Canada defers to appeal officer on Canada Post’s health and safety inspections

Supreme Court of Canada defers to appeal officer on Canada Post’s health and safety inspections

Judicial review win highlights practicalities faced by employers

Yukon and PEI combat workplace sexual harassment

Yukon and PEI combat workplace sexual harassment

In a 2018 study, 19 per cent of women and 13 per cent of men reported experiencing workplace harassment

Bill Peters’ racism controversy demonstrates recent trends in employment law, says lawyer

Bill Peters’ racism controversy demonstrates recent trends in employment law, says lawyer

Enhanced new-hire vetting, investigations on current employees and morality clauses are all on the rise

IBA report outlines recent trends and developments in Canadian HR law

IBA report outlines recent trends and developments in Canadian HR law

The report touches on HR issues such as dismissal, retirement, outsourcing and immigration