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Canadian Employment Law Today

Jun 22, 2016 Print Edition:

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One employment relationship saved, another destroyed

Worker who apologized for leaving early multiple times deserves reinstatement, while other who didn’t stays fired: Arbitrator

Legislative reform regarding sexual harassment – But is it enough?

Ontario and other jurisdictions are bringing in more protection for victims of workplace sexual harassment, but will it encourage them to come forward?

Dismissing a probationary employee

When can a probationary employee not be summarily dismissed?

Insulting customers on social media

Employees making inappropriate comments online while away from work

Increased overtime expectations discriminate against employee with small child

Restructuring led to increased mail load for letter carrier, but she couldn’t work overtime due to childcare obligations

Negligent misrepresentation by employer leads to 40 months’ LTD benefits

Employer’s benefits brochure didn’t reflect reality when newly-hired employee’s medical condition worsened

Employer withholds wages from worker who stole from client

Employee charged with theft; employer docked part of amount from final paycheque
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