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Canadian Employment Law Today

Apr 27, 2016 Print Edition:

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Fired superintendents can stay in apartment: Board

Employment contract allowed superintendents the option of staying and becoming regular tenants if employment was terminated

Ontario’s new sexual violence and harassment legislation

New legislation defining workplace sexual harassment — Bill 132 — receives Royal Assent

Termination of employee on job-protected leave

Cuts made while employee is away

Independent contractors and employment standards

Protection for contractors?

Nurse fired after trying to hide restriction on treating patients

Nurse not allowed to be alone with female patients following sexual assault charge, but followed bad advice in trying to manage it himself

Employee’s miscarriage a disability: Tribunal

Injury from a fall and a miscarriage followed by depression were disabilities that resulted in employee’s inability to work

Last-chance agreement’s rule leaves little room for flexibility

Employee's desire to wait for union representation to be present wasn't allowed under agreement

Water treatment plant operator washed away

Parent company claimed controller had no authority to hire new operator
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