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Why are employers facing age challenges?
Why are employers facing age challenges? There are many reasons, the main one being that all provinces and territories in Canada have abolished mandatory retirement at age 65. Therefore…
Mood disorders serious interference with job performance
The Canadian Human Rights Commission recently released a report “Mental Health and Equality Rights: Mood Disorders” that examines statistics on how Canadian adults who stated having mood disorders fare in terms of employment…
Unauthorized deductions could lead to constructive dismissal
A recent decision of the British Columbia Supreme Court addresses the issue of unauthorized deductions and sends a message to employers that these deductions may not only violate employment standards legislation, but may also be considered a constructive dismissal.
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