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Can an employer retaliate against an unreasonable complainant?

Canada - December 2 2014 In a recent B.C. Human Rights Tribunal Decision the Tribunal addressed a complaint of discrimination based on sex contrary to the Human Rights Code…

B.C. Court decision offers lessons to employers about employment contracts

Canada - November 29 2013 In a recent B.C. Supreme Court Decision: Gerry Miller v. Convergys CMG Canada Limited Partnership, the Court confirms a number of useful principles…

Wrongful dismissal damages: full compensation or double recovery - Supreme Court of Canada to take another look

Canada - April 26 2012 On April 5, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada said it would hear IBM’s appeal from the B.C. Court of Appeal decision in Waterman v. IBM Canada Ltd. (PDF).

A new twist on director's liability for unpaid wages in a unionized environment

Canada - March 15 2011 Across Canada, employment standards acts ("ESAs") impose certain personal liabilities on directors or officers in respect of unpaid wages of a company.