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By Ridout Barron
Social media and camera phones have made once private occasions public.
By Ridout Barron
Workplace safety is a key concern for many workers and their families across the country.
By Ridout Barron
It is important that business owners stay aware of changes to the legislation governing their operations.
By Ridout Barron
Whether an organization is big or small, workers and employers both have rights and responsibilities to ensure a safe and legal working environment.
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Workplace discrimination is an issue faced by many people across Canada. Many know that there is legal recourse for human rights concerns related to termination, but what happens when a person ...
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Currently, Alberta car rental agencies only rent to drivers over the age of 21.
By Ridout Barron
When it comes to health and safety legislation, farming poses unique questions. Alberta has released nearly 200 pages of reports discussing health and safety considerations in the agriculture sector.
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Franchise owners face unique legal concerns compared to other business owners.
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There are many laws governing businesses across Canada, including many regarding compensation and treatment of employees.
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Major changes in the economy have caused multiple retail stores to shut their doors.
By Ridout Barron
Many workplaces have policies regarding drug use that may need to be revised when marijuana is legalized.
By Ridout Barron
Canadians often have legal recourse if something goes wrong at work, and the Canadian Labour Code (CLC) is often updated to reflect the modern workplace.
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A man in Kentucky who is married to a transgender woman is suing retail giant Amazon after he says they both suffered discrimination in the workplace.
By Ridout Barron
As students across the country move into a higher grade this September, many will be thinking about getting their first part-time job.
By Ridout Barron
Two women in Winnipeg are suing the car dealership where they both worked after they were allegedly fired for complaining about their treatment in the workplace.