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CASES AND TRENDS

School caretaker suspended for inappropriate comments, poor work

Worker denied all allegations but showed little credibility or remorse

Random drug, alcohol testing struck down at Suncor

Company failed to prove there was a problem with intoxicants at its oil sands operations in northern Alberta

Accessing patient records just cause

Physical therapist said she accessed medical records out of ‘curiosity’

CP worker railroaded out of service with flimsy evidence

Railway determined worker was impaired, but smell of alcohol and 1 out of 5 people reporting odd behaviour wasn’t enough to prove it

No duty to accommodate if employee can’t work

McDonald’s worker claimed employer didn’t participate in return-to-work efforts

Employee travel risk management: Are you ready for takeoff?

Employers can’t ignore risks associated with employees on the road

No duty to accommodate if employee can’t work

McDonald’s worker claimed employer didn’t participate in return-to-work efforts
Jeffrey Smith, editor of Canadian Employment Law Today, talks about some more important employment law cases from 2013

Managing the Sandwich Generation, When BLT means “Balancing Legal Trouble”

Learn practical strategies for managing the complicated legal issues that come with both an aging population and increased family obligations for employees
Date: Apr 29, 2014
Time: 12- 1 pm EDT
Cost: $69

Accommodating Persons With Disabilities

Learn best practices to facilitate the development of a more inclusive, barrier-free work environment that promotes the participation of persons with disabilities
Controversy abounds over the use of foreign workers
Violent termination at Ceridian a reminder of what can go wrong during dismissals