Sometimes, many feel that all employees quit jobs in Canada when they find out about their colleagues’ pay and working conditions. Some feel employees will quit if they find better employment opportunities in Canada, but that’s not true in every case. Continue reading
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Making sense of family status discrimination
Making sense of family status discrimination | Canadian Employment Law Today
Legal responsibility and impact on family needs are factors to consider in determining duty to accommodate
B.C. Human Rights Code changed, Human Rights Commission re-established
B.C. Human Rights Code changed, Human Rights Commission re-established | Canadian Employment Law Today
Revival of commission after 16 years changes human rights landscape in B.C.
Overpaid workers will only pay back 'net' amounts under proposed new tax rules
Overpaid workers will only pay back 'net' amounts under proposed new tax rules | Canadian Employment Law Today
Draft legislation would override repayment of ‘gross’ totals