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Feb 12, 2016
Whistleblower legislation to be amended in the fall

Feb 11, 2016
Calls for creation of chief privacy officer, training

Feb 10, 2016
Advocacy groups warn of loopholes that could lead to youth unemployment and precarious jobs

Feb 9, 2016
Recent attacks on convenience store employees shines spotlight on need for legislative protection

Feb 5, 2016
Province focuses on prevention, reducing stigma

Feb 5, 2016
At least 68 foreign workers who weren't allowed to work in Canada were employed by woman

Feb 3, 2016
Construction executive to serve 200 hours after worker paralyzed
Feb 11, 2016
Actor broke leg when spaceship door fell on him during filming

Feb 9, 2016
Believed to be largest data breach in U.S. history

Feb 3, 2016
Seven terminated, 14 resign out of 53

Jan 28, 2016
Alleged to have sent nude selfies to secretary

Jan 27, 2016
Workers to receive additional protections

Jan 27, 2016
US$70-million fund created for brain trauma testing
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Changes to the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s policy on creed mean even bigger changes for Ontario employers

Worker can’t stick to story about why he took unscheduled break

Director of underperforming facility couldn’t improve existing problems in less than 2 years

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Next Issue: Feb. 17, 2016
Lyndsay Wasser, co-chair of the privacy group at McMillan LLP, sat down with Canadian HR Reporter to discuss pitfalls and benefits of using social media to conduct background checks during the recruitment process. Liz Foster reports

Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace

Determine if testing is appropriate for your workplace and how to go about it
Date: Feb 24, 2016
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00

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
Workplace policies against misconduct are good to have but they’re no good if employees aren’t aware of them
Recent decision not entirely consistent with previous case law