The employment laws of Canada put limits on the hours an employee in Canada should be allowed or required to work. Many jobs in Canada put the daily limit at eight hours or the regular workday of the employee. The weekly limit for most jobs in Canada is pegged at forty-eight hours. The limits on the workday hours can be increased in some cases. Continue reading
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Employer’s refusal to hire medical cannabis user upheld by NL court
Employer’s refusal to hire medical cannabis user upheld by NL court | Canadian Employment Law Today
Employer had no way to accurately measure residual impairment from workers' evening cannabis use