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Worker gets testy over post-incident drug and alcohol test

Worker claimed others were responsible for accident and should be tested as well

Complaints, evaluations, notices and a firing

Native band employee fired after self-evaluation much higher than actual evaluation

Last chance agreement vs. duty to accommodate

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

Worker takes a fall outside workplace, files claim for injuries

Worker was unable to work following injuries; fell on way into building where she worked

Pregnant worker’s contract not renewed

Employer claimed five-months-pregnant employee couldn't fulfill one-year contract and had no intention to hire her full-time

Sensitive employee raises stink over workplace scents

Employee became irate and walked off the job after detecting someone wearing a scent, which was against company policy designed to accommodate his sensitivity

Co-op worker not co-operative with medical information

Existing medical note expired without employee's return to work
Neena Gupta, a lawyer with Gowlings in Kitchener, Ont., discusses the impact Canada's aging workforce will have on employers.

Hiring Smart - How to Get the Best Talent and Keep It

Learn best practices for attracting the best people to your organization and avoiding liability
Date: Sep 24, 2014
Time: 12 — 1 pm ET
Cost: $69

Choosing the Right Employment Relationship

Know your options and make informed business decisions when hiring new workers
Date: Oct 2, 2014
Time: 12 — 1 pm ET
Cost: $69

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