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Sue Sadler, senior director of services for Peel Region at ACCES employment in Ontario, talks about issues employers and immigrants face in onboarding, and what can be done to accommodate new immigrants
Employment Law Videos
LEGISLATION
Mar 3, 2014
Jeffrey Smith, editor of Canadian Employment Law Today, talks about some more important employment law cases from 2013
LABOUR RELATIONS
Feb 24, 2014
At a recent Canadian HR Reporter roundtable discussion on the future of unions in the private sector, panellists discussed how unions might be trying to entice young workers into the fold and, in turn, whether young workers are interested in the labour movement
LEGISLATION
Feb 12, 2014
Canadian Employment Law Today editor Jeffrey Smith highlights important employment law decisions pertaining to overtime pay, accommodation and workplace safety
UNIONIZATION
Dec 9, 2013
Canadian HR Reporter recently moderated a round table discussion on the future of labour relations in the private sector. In this video, panellists discuss the PR problem unions may or may not have and what can be done to overcome it.
INTERNSHIPS
Oct 7, 2013
Struggling with the decision to pay an intern or not? Canadian HR Reporter TV turned to the experts to get employers informed and keep out of any legal trouble
Employment law
Apr 10, 2012
Megan Burkett, a lawyer in Keyser Mason Ball's HR law group, talks about what essential items should be included in employee handbooks and common mistakes employers make.
EMPLOYMENT LAW
Mar 20, 2012
Simon Heath, a lawyer with Keyser Mason Ball LLP in Mississauga, Ont., talks about the difference between employees and contractors (both dependent and independent) and how companies can differentiate between the 2 for legal reasons.
Employment law
Feb 28, 2012
Krista Siedlack, a lawyer with Bernardi Human Resource Law in Mississauga, Ont., talks about severance packages, including what HR should do to establish an employee's failure to mitigate.
LEGISLATION
Feb 21, 2012
Carolyn Kay, a partner at Toronto law firm Hicks Morley, talks about the pay equity issues employers face, the hidden costs of non-compliance and how to deal with a request from Ontario's Pay Equity Commission
Employment law
Jan 4, 2012
K.C. Wysynski, an associate at Watershed LLP in Oakville, Ont., discusses constructive dismissal, including things for employees to consider when contemplating a lawsuit, the duty to mitigate and the outcome of the Evans v. Teamster Supreme Court of Canada ruling.
IMMIGRATION
Jul 26, 2011
Benjamin Kranc, an immigration lawyer in Toronto, talks about the process of hiring foreign workers for Canadian firms and what HR can do to make it easier.
DISABILITY LEAVE
May 10, 2011
Allison Taylor, counsel with Stringer Brisbin Humphrey in Toronto, talks about how employers can effectively manage employees on disability leave.
IMMIGRATION
Mar 28, 2011
Sergio Karas, principal of Karas and Associates Immigration Lawyers in Toronto and author of the Global Business Immigration Handbook, talks about what employers and human resources professionals need to understand when hiring foreign workers.