As we round the corner into the holiday season, employers may find themselves considering numerous requests by employees for time away from the workplace. Depending on an employer’s operations, the… Read More
By Jana M. Linner (with assistance from Matthew Barnes*)
It’s an employer’s nightmare: an employee you hired—who, unbeknownst to you, has a history of committing fraud, preying on vulnerable people, or… Read More
Employers can have legitimate reasons for wanting to install surveillance cameras. They might be trying to limit theft, or prevent vandalism or property damage. But, before any cameras are installed,… Read More
Authors: Manitoba Labour and Employment Group
Modern workplace health and safety is about more than just physical well-being. Costs related to psychological injuries sustained at work are on the rise, and… Read More
Important amendments have been made to the Canada Labour Code (the “Code”) regarding the mechanisms and avenues through which federally regulated employees may make complaints against their employers.
1. Employer Reprisals
A… Read More
On October 24, 2018, the speech from the throne was read in Saskatchewan (the “Speech”). Among other things, the Speech announced the government’s intention to make several amendments to The… Read More
Last week, the United States clarified its position on whether Canadians involved in the legal cannabis industry will be allowed to enter the U.S.
While the clarification is good news for some… Read More