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Making a contract stick

Employment contracts are important tools for regulating the employment relationship — if properly drafted

Assessment of foreign worker’s credentials discriminatory

Certification authority for Alberta engineers created obstacles for international candidates: Tribunal

Knife-wielding corrections officer fired – but not for long

Officer was stressed, drunk when he had domestic dispute

Knife-wielding corrections officer fired – but not for long

Officer was stressed, drunk when he had domestic dispute

$100,000 in human rights damages for restaurant workers

3 former Muslim workers were forced to eat pork, other food while fasting – owners also mocked their language, race

Ignore harassment at your own risk

Increased focus on workplace harassment and bullying by lawmakers and society in general means increased pressure on employers to deal with it properly and fairly

Rocking the boat

Two recent decisions by Ontario courts leave established principles in employment contracts and discrimination unsettled
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