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The Only Thing Certain Was The Outcome: Human Rights Tribunal Finds Employer Discriminated Based On Family Status, But Does Not Apply Either Competing "Test"
Employers have a responsibility to accommodate employees' family status obligations up to a point of undue hardship.
Canada
19 Jul 2019
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Get Outta Here! Ontario Court Confirms It Has No Jurisdiction Over Dispute Arising From Collective Agreement
A decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice confirmed a long-standing legal principle that is at the foundation of labour law: the courts have no jurisdiction to hear cases arising...
Canada
20 Nov 2018
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Bus-Ted! School Bus Driver In PEI Was Insubordinate, And Not Subject To Discrimination
In a welcome decision from Canada's smallest province, a pervasive myth has been dispelled: an employee with a disability who belongs to a union can still be terminated for just cause.
Canada
27 Apr 2018
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Court Just Says "No": Employer Did Not Discriminate When It Terminated Employee Addicted To Cocaine
Recent case law has reflected changing attitudes toward and evolving understanding of drug dependence in the workplace.
Canada
5 Nov 2015
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A Primer On Human Rights Responses: Information You Hope You’ll Never Need
A number of our Firm’s recent blogs have painted a picture of what consequences arise when an employer is found to have violated the Human Rights Code with respect to its employees.
Canada
1 May 2015
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Human Rights Commission Highlights Employers' Duties To Prevent Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a topic that is permeating the social consciousness more than ever since allegations against a prominent CBC radio personality have come to light.
Canada
3 Dec 2014
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Human Rights Commission Highlights Employers’ Duties To Prevent Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a topic that is permeating the social consciousness more than ever since allegations against a prominent CBC radio personality have come to light.
Canada
2 Dec 2014
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