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It’s never okay — Preventing violence and harassment in the workplace

The battle against workplace harassment and violence is heating up — on the news, in the courts and in legislatures

Drafting restrictive covenants and making them stick

It can be an uphill battle for employers trying to protect their business interests when employees leave, but enforceable restrictive covenants are doable

The good fight against workplace bullies

4 strategies to help mitigate the risk to employers posed by workplace bullying and harassment

Foreign worker sent home after using old work permit

Worker’s failure to demonstrate intention to return home results in exclusion order

Dismissing an employee in B.C.: Common law vs. employment standards legislation

Two regimes in B.C. provide different routes to cover common law and employment standards requirements

7 common mistakes in employment agreements

Avoiding these errors or omissions can save employers a lot of grief and ensure their employment agreements are rock solid

Go directly to dismissal

Employee’s insubordination and alteration of confidential information enough to bypass progressive disciplinary process
Moments after Vester Flanagan was fired in 2013 from the Virginia station WDBJ, he handed a wooden cross to the news director and said, "You’ll need this," GM Jeff Marks says [ Transcript ]

Employee Off-Duty Conduct – Protecting the Workplace

The off-duty conduct of employees is a hot issue for employers right now. Here’s what your organization can do to protect itself
Date: Dec 3, 2015
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00

Preventing Bullying and Violence in the Workplace: 5 Key Strategies for Employers

Practical strategies to help mitigate the legal and bottom-line risks associated withe workplace violence and bullying
Younger workers may be more likely to make mistakes – but also more likely to learn from them
A look at 2 cases in lower courts that look at employer's financial condition