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Worker’s dismissal after OHS inspector’s visit a reprisal: Board

Employee expressed concern over harassment from customers; co-worker complained to Ministry of Labour

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses challenge to allocation of EI funds

Unions wanted surplus to go towards EI but funds were part of general government revenues

Worker suspended for harassment, fired for retaliation

Worker continued misconduct after 15-day suspension for harassment

Failure to follow standard procedure worthy of demotion, suspension

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

Probation officer’s mishandling of clients too risky

Officer's failure to follow policy monitoring clients created risk to the public

Worker juggling second job fired for manipulating time sheet

Employee entered incorrect times on timesheet many times over a long period of time

Acknowledgment of serious privacy breach saves hospital worker’s job

Worker's misconduct was serious but acknowledgment of responsibility showed employment relationship could be saved
Neena Gupta, a lawyer with Gowlings in Kitchener, Ont., discusses the impact Canada's aging workforce will have on employers.

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Conducting an Effective Workplace Investigation

An investigation can be an effective tool or a significant liability for an employer. Learn best practices on conducting proper investigations
Is a slap on the wrist necessary if employee misconduct stems from good intentions?
Most people don't take the time to consider the purpose of a witness