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Canadian Employment Law Today

Apr 16, 2014 Print Edition:

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Random drug, alcohol testing struck down at Suncor

Company failed to prove there was a problem with intoxicants at its oil sands operations in northern Alberta

School caretaker suspended for inappropriate comments, poor work

Worker denied all allegations but showed little credibility or remorse

Workplace violence and health and safety

Relation between workplace harassment and workplace health and safety

Inquiring about older workers’ retirement plans

Balancing succession planning with no mandatory retirement

Making a contract stick

Employment contracts are important tools for regulating the employment relationship — if properly drafted

WCB benefits for seasonal workers discriminatory

Territory had different ways of calculating income for seasonal workers from permanent workers

Worker fired for moonlighting after calling in sick

Worker called in sick to work at other job
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