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Ontario Court of Appeal Summaries (April 6-10, 2015)

Hello everyone.  We apologize for the delay in posting last week’s Ontario Court of Appeal Summaries, but the Court’s website was down on Friday afternoon and over the weekend and therefore the links to the decisions were not functioning.  8,009 more words

Abolish statutory holidays to strengthen workers' rights

Eric Crampton and I have been ragging on Easter recently. I say the Easter trading laws are crazy; Eric proposes tidying up the inconsistency by… 694 more words

Like Human Beings

Arbitrator dismisses privacy breach grievance based on actions of a snooping employee

On March 15th, the Grievance Settlement Board (Ontario) dismissed a grievance against the government for one employee’s intentional “snooping” into another employee’s employment insurance file. 683 more words

Privacy (Not Workplace)

The National: On Your Side

by Keren Bobker
June 30, 2012

I understand that under UAE Labour Law, in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, companies must provide their employees with health care, otherwise they will be in breach of the law. 321 more words

Abu Dhabi

Deloitte sued for $384 million in lawyer class action

A Toronto lawyer has launched a $384-million class-action lawsuit against Deloitte LLP, alleging that hundreds of lawyers were misclassified as independent contractors, depriving them of employee benefits. 631 more words


Lunch & Learn: Psychological Harassment

Please join us for the March installment of our Lunch & Learn series on work issues and the Collective Agreement, on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 12 to 1 p.m. 63 more words

Lunch & Learn

Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970


To regulate the employment of contract labour in certain establishment and to provide for its abolition in certain circumstances and for matters connected therewith. 209 more words

Labour Law