The three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with: how a Tribunal addressed disabled employee resignations, a criminal negligence charge against a worker and the long reach of Canadian civil liability for human rights impacts of foreign operations.
Archives for August 2017
Culture has become a very contentious political issue in the past few weeks. However, discussions about culture have a very long history and always evoke very strong responses. This is because culture, “the way we do things”, is what distinguishes one group of people from the next.
Litigation expenses continue to increase to the point that many cases are uneconomic for dismissed employees in that the potential legal expenses are greater than the potential recovery. Employers sometimes end up paying more for legal fees than they could have paid to settle the case.