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Nov 25, 2014
'Dismissed with costs' in favour of broadcaster

Nov 24, 2014
Companies faced 110 charges and pleaded guilty to 16; anonymous complaint led to $33,000 in fines and payments to workers

Nov 24, 2014
Claim wrongful dismissal, harassment; unhappy with union

Nov 21, 2014
Case brought to Canada for justice, says lawyer

Nov 19, 2014
Company president fell for subordinate but his affections weren't returned

Nov 13, 2014
Union claimed discrimination against female teachers

Nov 11, 2014
Bill 18, the Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act, 2014, will amend five different labour and employment-related statutes in Ontario
Nov 17, 2014
26 CEOs have been charged out of 280 companies presecuted for significant safety violations since 2001

Nov 14, 2014
Growing concern over workers moving to other EU member countries to abuse their welfare systems

Oct 8, 2014
Employee argue security process is part of the job and they should be paid for time spent going through it

Sep 23, 2014
Company required additional paperwork from permanent resident employees vs. those who were U.S. citizens, contrary to immigration law

Sep 10, 2014
Michigan firing latest in series of controversial dismissals of gay staff at Catholic schools

Sep 8, 2014
Woman's death while sleeping in car between shifts at three differend doughnut stores highlights demands for higher minimum wage
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Standard restricting workers compensation for mental stress to that caused by sudden and unexpected events discriminatory

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Employer had evidence that should have quelled suspicions about worker’s injury, but employee didn’t help his case by exaggerating

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