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Sweeping Changes To The Canada Labour Code In Force September 1, 2019 - Federal Employers, Are You Prepared?
Major changes to the Canada Labour Code are coming into force on September 1, 2019.
Canada
14 Aug 2019
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Government Publishes New Violence And Harassment Prevention Regulations For Federal Employers
The assessment must identify risks of harassment and violence in the workplace, and develop and implement preventive measures.
Canada
14 May 2019
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The Canadian Gig Economy: Embracing The Future Of Work
Canada has been enjoying its lowest unemployment rate in nearly forty years. Despite that rosy economic indicator, a majority of surveyed Canadians are experiencing a "psychological recessions" --
Canada
22 Apr 2019
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Government Appoints New Expert Panel On Labour Standards
The federal government has established an independent Expert Panel to provide advice and conduct consultations on the modernization of labour standards in Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
Canada
12 Mar 2019
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Federal Court: Release Does Not Prevent Unjust Dismissal Complaint
It has not always been clear that a release prevents an employee from bringing an unjust dismissal complaint under the Canada Labour Code.
Canada
6 Mar 2019
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New Harassment And Violence Obligations To Be Added To Canada Labour Code
The Government of Canada has stated that it intends to bring the Act into force within two years following Royal Assent.
Canada
14 Jan 2019
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If You Can't Measure It, You Can't Manage It – Limitations Of Drug Testing Justify Refusal To Accommodate Medical Marijuana
Perceptions of marijuana have changed dramatically. What was an illegal drug is now a recognized medical treatment and is soon to be a legal recreational activity.
Canada
16 Oct 2018
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Broader Workplace Harassment Claims: Is Canada Becoming More Litigious?
Can a Canadian employee sue an employer for harassment which is unrelated to a discrimination claim? The answer used to be no; but this is changing.
Canada
18 Aug 2017
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