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Immigration Law Compliance: 5 Key Best Practices For Human Resources Professionals
There's no shortage of warnings of a worker shortage in Canada – and the consensus seems to be that it's only going to get worse. The challenge isn't isolated to any one Canadian region, business size, corporate structure, industry or occupation.
Canada
4 Feb 2019
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The 5 Hottest Human Resources Questions About Cannabis
The holidays bring lots of holiday joy – and some holiday headaches for human resources professionals and employers. And this year's legalization of recreational cannabis use is fuelling lots of HR questions.
Canada
19 Dec 2018
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New Brunswick Election Day: A Reminder Of Employer Obligations
When New Brunswickers head to the polls to cast their vote for their political candidate of choice, the N.B. Elections Act gives employees certain rights...
Canada
10 Sep 2018
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#It's Time: A 5-Step Sexual Harassment Risk Mitigation Strategy For Employers
Driven by the #metoo and #timesup movements, workplace sexual harassment is front and center in employers' – and employees' – minds.
Canada
3 Apr 2018
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#Be Diligent: 5 Practical Steps To Enforceable Workplace Policies
Many employers use written workplace policies as a day-to-day workplace management tool;
Canada
9 Feb 2018
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Take Pride @ Work: 5 Ways Employers Can Support Gender Diversity
Here are five ways in which employers can support gender diversity in the workplace.
Canada
1 Aug 2017
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Deconstructing The Workplace
More employees are seeking flexible work arrangements as a new way of working to better juggle their family and personal responsibilities.
Canada
14 Jul 2017
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5 Key Steps For A Proper Workplace Investigation
Investigations are a vital – but difficult – part of workplace management. The value of a proper investigation can't be overstated:
Canada
19 May 2017
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Nip It In The Bud: A 5 Step Plan For Employers To Prepare For Cannabis Legalization In Canada
But employers need to nip cannabis in the workplace in the bud by acting now to be prepared for cannabis legalization when it happens.
Canada
19 Apr 2017
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12 Key Do's & Don'ts of Hiring & Firing
The hiring process and the termination process are equally important stages of the employment relationship – and both are full of minefields for employers.
Canada
8 Feb 2017
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The 5 Key Elements Of An Attendance Management Program (AMP)
The employment contract is an exchange of labour for wages and other benefits, so employers are entitled to expect regular ongoing attendance from their employees.
Canada
16 Jan 2017
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Happy Himmelfahrt: 5 Employer FAQs About Religious Accommodation @ Work
Employers' legal duty to accommodate employees seems to most frequently come up in the context of employees with disabilities.
Canada
19 Dec 2016
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3 Key Employment Law Steps To Take Now To Help You Sell Later
Business owners wear many hats – including employer. Your employees may be your business's greatest asset, but they could also be your greatest liability when you sell it.
Canada
21 Oct 2016
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Uber Angst: Employees & Independent Contractors In The Sharing Economy
Whether someone is an employee or an independent contractor has long caused employers a degree of angst.
Canada
21 Oct 2016
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New Brunswick Minimum Wages & Employment Standards Review: Public Consultation Open Until October 7, 2016
The review will explore indexing the minimum wage rate to inflation. NB's minimum wage increased to $10.65/hour on April 1, 2016.
Canada
19 Sep 2016
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5 Ways Employers Can Support Transgender Employees In The Workplace
Transgender employees face many challenges in the workplace – not the least of which are vulnerability to and fear of discrimination.
Canada
18 Jul 2016
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No Union? No Problem: Supreme Court of Canada Decides Canada Labour Code Bars Dismissal Of Non-Unionized Employees Without Cause In Joseph Wilson v. Atomic Energy Of Canada
In Joseph Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada, the federally regulated employer terminated the employee's employment after more than four years' of service.
Canada
18 Jul 2016
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The Sandwich Generation: 5 Employer FAQs About "Family Status" Accommodation
Membership in the "sandwich generation" no longer means an employee who brown bags her lunch; it means one who's squeezed between raising her children on one side, while at the same time caring for her aging parents on the other side.
Canada
26 May 2016
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The Legal Defence Of Due Diligence: Top 5 FAQs
"Due diligence" is a legal defence to many charges under occupational health and safety (OHS) laws.
Canada
19 May 2016
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