The employment laws in Canada have evolved a long way since the year, 1872. That was the beginning of the Labour Day Parade done yearly. Before then, it was illegal to belong to a union in Canada, under the criminal conspiracy act. Continue reading
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Ontario reforms police record checks
Ontario reforms police record checks | Canadian Employment Law Today
Changes meant to standardize process, eliminate employment barriers
Google reforms sexual misconduct rules
Google reforms sexual misconduct rules | Canadian Employment Law Today
Move is response to recent employee protest and allegations of sexual misconduct and discriminatory culture
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Court upholds decision to allow post-incident drug and alcohol testing after near miss
Court upholds decision to allow post-incident drug and alcohol testing after near miss | Canadian Employment Law Today
Incident and potential harm serious enough to justify testing
This week's employment law blog: Should health-care workers have to get flu shots?
A flu shot in the dark | Canadian HR Reporter
Should health-care employees be required to get flu shots, or is it too much of an imposition?