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How to Achieve a Respectful, Harassment-Free Workplace

Canada - January 26 2018 The overwhelming number of reports of metoo cases, including several high-profile and public accusations of sexual harassment and assault in the...

Anna Abbott.

Ontario Court Rules Working Notice Wrongly Applied in Mass Termination Class Action

Canada - November 16 2017 The Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Superior Court) recently granted summary judgment in favour of a class of employees who were part of a "mass...

Temisan Boyo.

Technology in the workplace - Top 9 issues for employers

Canada - December 21 2015 Technology enters the workplace in many ways and there are a number of risks and issues that employers need to consider. Cybersecurity and Data...

Brian J. Thiessen.

BYOD policies: practical considerations

Canada - February 26 2013 As the workplace practice of BYOD (bring your own device) is starting to hit the mainstream, organizations are being pressed to consider the legal...

Christine Ing.

Supreme court recognizes employee privacy in workplace computers

Canada - October 19 2012 The prevalence of computers in the workplace and employees’ increased use of them gives rise to questions about the existence of privacy rights in materials stored, accessed or transmitted using employer-owned hardware and network systems....

Brian J. Thiessen, Skye McGinley.