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Tips For Hiring Employees Across The Globe
Here is some general guidance to keep in mind when growing your business across borders.
Canada
21 Nov 2017
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Union Barred From Appealing Safety Issue Not Yet Decided By MOL Inspector: OLRB
A discussion on a recent case which deals with the question of whether a broken foot constitute a "critical injury" under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Canada
22 May 2013
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Misuse Of The Re-Assignment Right Of An Occasional Pregnant Worker?
In Dionne c. Commission scolaire des Patriotes, 2012 QCCA 609 (CanLII) the Quebec Court of Appeal rejected a motion for leave to appeal of a case where it was decided that an occasional substitute teacher could not benefit from articles 40 and 41 of the Act respecting Occupational health and safety ("Act"), which allow the re-assignment of a pregnant worker, failure which she can cease working and receive indemnities from the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail ("CSST").
Canada
2 May 2012
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To Unilaterally Change Or Not To Unilaterally Change: That Is The Question!
In the recent case of Apollo Tyres SA (Pty) Ltd v NUMSA & Others (2012) ZALCCT 6 LC, it was confirmed that employers may unilaterally change the shift patterns of those employees who were not party to a collective agreement, but not of those who were.
South Africa
 
2 May 2012
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