Articles may require log in credentials to HRinfodesk
Danger ahead: Beware of changes to employment agreements
To appreciate the dangers of varying employment terms, we must start with the foundations of contract law. First… (In PDF)
Employee comment gets him three-day suspension
Comments don’t need to explicitly threaten harm to qualify as bullying, according to a recent arbitration decision in Ontario. In addition, comments may qualify as bullying even if they are intended as jokes.
What employers need to know about opinions from non-doctor health and medical professionals
The recent admission of a large number of new health professions to the Ontario Regulated Health Professions Act—which governs who can provide medical services in Ontario—raises fresh questions for employers as to what they should do with medical…