The three most viewed articles on HRinfodesk this week deal with the duty to mitigate; how the employer's failure to ask an employee about questionable expenses prior to termination means no just cause; and how an employer and manager were both liable for human rights violation against a pregnant employee.
The three most viewed articles on HRinfodesk this week deal with EI parental benefits for a twin birth, another federal court ruling on discrimination regarding childcare obligations and how an employer responded to online harassment of management.
You've written an email that says some things you might be better off saying in person—or not at all—right? Like when you wanted to tell off a co-worker—or supervisor—about taking credit for your work, or putting you down in front of the boss, or just for generally being a jerk. Maybe you were caught up in the anger of the moment—you let your temper get the best of you—or maybe you were just a bit—or a lot—drunk. And maybe you hit that "Send" button, and maybe you reconsidered before it was too late. I don't like to imagine the result of sending such a message.