What kind of medical information can an employer require to justify an employee’s short-term absence? Can the employer discipline or terminate the employee for the failure to provide sufficient information? Many employers have asked these questions and faced these challenges. Some have terminated for abandonment of employment or insubordination when employees failed to deliver the information. (In PDF)
It’s the time of the year again when employers and/or payroll specialists have to start their 2012 T4/RL year-end process and need to know what’s new for 2013. All employee payroll records for the year in question must be updated, adjusted and cleared prior to December 31 of each year…
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice had to decide if a former employee’s claim is based on the plaintiff’s allegation that his employment was terminated due to statements made and opinions held by him respecting the armed conflict in Syria.
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