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Canadian Employment Law Today

Oct 29, 2014 Print Edition:

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Poor attitude, performance makes fixed-term contract even shorter

Insults, insubordinate behaviour gave just cause to terminate executive's contract before its end date: Court

Pregnant server constructively dismissed and discriminated against

New owner felt server didn’t fit with sports bar's new image and tried to get her to quit: Human Rights Tribunal

Renewing contracts for shorter terms

Renewal of series of fixed-term contracts not always straightforward

Taking a stand against workplace bullies

Fighting workplace bullying is more of a challenge — and more of a priority — with more ways for bullying to happen

Dismissal for excessive absenteeism too hasty

Medical notes should take precedence over surveillance of injured employee's outside activities: Arbitrator

Bus driver calls in sick — from India

Driver's leave request was rejected but he left the country anyway
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