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Canadian Employment Law Today

Oct 15, 2014 Print Edition:

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Voluntary severance program not discriminatory: Arbitrator

Labatt's incentive payment calculated from earnings of last day worked, which was lower for workers on LTD

Vale employees fired after assaulting picket-line crosser

Workers claimed it was a chance encounter but evidence pointed to premeditated ‘scab hunt’: Arbitrator

Suspension following investigation

Reasonable timeline for employer action following employee misconduct

Affirmative action plans and discrimination risk

Recruiting to increase workplace diversity

Bus driver given another chance after multiple suspensions

Employee sent letter after termination acknowledging his misconduct and vowing to be better if given another chance

No just cause means right to recall still valid

Dismissal wasn't for poor performance and didn't negate right to recall for seasonal worker: Arbitrator

Worker suffered unfair treatment but not discrimination from supervisor

Bad treatment by supervisor not related to worker's sexual orientation: tribunal

Truck driver who blacked out fights dismissal

Employer wanted proof blackout was from medical condition, not 'lifestyle choices'
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