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In a recent Ontario labour arbitration decision, an arbitrator upheld two grievances filed by a trade union against an employer that refused to allow employees to take personal emergency leave if they had already used all the “floater days” that they were allowed under a collective agreement.
The issues of drug use in the workplace, accommodation of a disability and termination for cause intersected in the recent Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario decision where it was held that there is no absolute right to use medical marijuana in the workplace.
According to a recent Robert Half International study, job seekers are enticed by work from home options, but are aware of the pitfalls.
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