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Canadian Employment Law Today

Aug 20, 2014 Print Edition:

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Avoiding a long, costly journey

Know all the rules before terminating an expat

No duty to investigate where no discrimination: Tribunal

Fired employee complained – post-dismissal – that supervisor mistreated him because he was gay

Recording meetings with employees

Legality of recording employee meetings and storing the recordings

Employer too suspicious of medical leave following rejection of vacation request

Confusion over vacation request led to stress and anxiety for mine worker; worker observed doing landscape work while on medical leave for stress

Failure to follow standard procedure worthy of demotion, suspension

Worker didn't complete sheet recording regular safety checks of dangerous equipment

Last chance agreement vs. duty to accommodate

Worker with addiction and anxiety issues was on second last chance agreement
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