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Employee with 40-Year Discipline-Free Record Terminated for Cause

Canada - May 17 2018 Carla Smith first began working for the Saskatoon Community Clinic (“the Clinic”) in March of 1975. She retired in 2008 but came back to work for the…

Arbitrator Rules “Vaccinate or Mask” Influenza Policy Unreasonable Exercise of Management Rights

Canada - April 11 2016 In a decision issued September 8, 2015 Ontario Arbitrator James Hayes struck down the Sault Area Hospital’s policy requiring health care…

Do You Need Physical Evidence to Terminate an Employee for Misconduct?

Canada - September 11 2020 A recent arbitration decision in Saskatchewan Polytechnic v. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Faculty Association, 2019 CarswellSask 499 dem…

Brent Matkowski

Saskatchewan Court of Appeal Finds Decision on Employer Communications Issue Reasonable

Canada - December 16 2016 On December 12, 2016, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal issued a decision upholding the reasons of the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board on the…

Brent Matkowski

Refusing Recall to Work Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Canada - May 8 2020 As workplaces begin to re-open under the government of Saskatchewan’s Five Phase Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, one common inquiry is whether an employee…

John Agioritis