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Asking a work-at-home employee to work at the office

Is working from home a fundamental term of employment?

Asking an employee for information for family status accommodation

How much is too much information?

Dismissal of employee on medical leave

Employee found guilty of misconduct but is off sick

Pay for remote worker to come to office

Is travel time to office for a meeting part of paid time?

Dismissal based on video surveillance

Procedure to follow with indisputable evidence of misconduct

Dismissal of dependent contractors

Differences between entitlement of dependent contractors and employees

Length of service factor in just cause

More warnings and suspensions for long-term employees?
Debra Pepler, scientific co-director at and a psychology professor at York University in Toronto, talks about the significant impact bullying and harassment can have in the workplace. Anastasiya Jogal reports.

Mitigation: How to Keep the Damage to a Minimum

When facing a demand for dismissal damages, it’s important to be familiar with a dismissed employee’s duty to limit those damages
Employers aren’t legally allowed to make deductions from employees’ pay – but does doing so constitute a fundamental change to the employment contract?
Yes, an employee can be fired for doing something on her own time, even if her behaviour has nothing to do with work