Employee’s criminal sentence reduced because of potential impact on employment opportunities
Considering the potential impact of a criminal conviction on his current and potential employment opportunities, Ontario’s Superior Court has reduced the sentence of a man who was convicted of accessing a former co-worker’s email without her authorization and forwarding several emails to his personal account
OHRT is satisfied with university’s workplace investigation
We often find ourselves writing about cases where an employer’s workplace investigation has been flawed, and the legal consequences that follow. That is not the case in Morgan v. University of Waterloo. The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal concluded that the University of Waterloo got it right.
Travel expenses: meals simplified method
Can a non-transport employee making an otherwise allowable claim for meals under paragraph 8(1)(h) of the Income Tax Act use the simplified method described in IC 73-21R9? (In PDF)