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No just cause after employer fails to investigate allegations of anti-Semitic remarks *

Canada - February 6 2014
An employer alleges that an employee made anti-Semitic remarks about the employer's owners, the employer reacts and terminates the employee for cause…

Co-authors: Parisa Nikfarjam.


Help! I have a terrible workplace investigation report on my desk *

Canada - January 13 2014
Unfortunately, for those of us who support employers through workplace investigations, it is almost inevitable that one day, a truly terrible…


Top 10 employment law cases of 2013 *

Canada - January 7 2014
Now that 2013 has come to an end, we are pleased to share our second annual list of the "Top 10" employment law cases that have been decided in the…

Co-authors: Ryan Campbell.


Ho ho ho hold it – when does celebrating Christmas in the workplace cross a line? *

Canada - December 9 2013
This time of year we find ourselves answering questions about what type of workplace celebrations are appropriate. Is wishing colleagues "Merry…

Co-authors: Parisa Nikfarjam.


How not to conduct an investigation…yet another example *

Canada - November 26 2013
The number of decisions dealing with how not to conduct workplace investigations continues to grow. Ditomene v Boulanger, 2013 QCCQ 842, is a…

Co-authors: Parisa Nikfarjam.


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