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Canadian Employment Law Today

Nov 25, 2015 Print Edition:

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Transfer of employment to related company doesn't reduce service

Employee worked in the same position for companies owned by members of same family before being dismissed

Dock worker fired for sneaky snack

Worker misled investigation after eating damaged stock of chocolate bars

Not allowing dismissed employee to collect belongings

The line between respectful and bad-faith dismissal

Employee off-duty fight

Two employees involved in altercations outside of the workplace

It’s never okay — Preventing violence and harassment in the workplace

The battle against workplace harassment and violence is heating up — on the news, in the courts and in legislatures

Smoke but no fire for worker’s WSIB claim

Worker claimed respiratory symptoms developed because of work at tobacco plant, but had history of smoking and allergies

'Mean and cheap' employer must pay $250,000 to short-term worker

Employer trumped up reasons for dismissal in order to get rid of employee

Worker on modified duties fired after rejected workers’ compensation claim

Worker claimed work-related injury but claim was rejected
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