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Ringing in 2017 in Style(s) : the Alberta Court of Appeal’s First 2017 Decision is a Gift to Employers The HR Space Bulletin

Canada - January 4 2017 On January 4, 2017, the Alberta Court of Appeal released its first decision of the new year, in Styles v Alberta Investment Management Corporation...

When an Economic Downturn Requires Employers to Make Difficult Decisions The HR Space

Canada - June 16 2016 In the face of an economic downturn, some employers across Canada are being forced to tighten their belts and make hard choices about workforce...

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Legal haze: accommodating employees who use medical marijuana the HR space

Canada - December 2 2015 One of the hot topics discussed during the recent Canadian federal election was the possible legalization of marijuana. The Liberal Party, which won...

Settling up: the need for specificity in employee releases

Canada - June 25 2015 An employer would be forgiven for thinking that a release of liability related to employment would protect them from all future claims by that...

A swing and a miss: Court of Appeal confirms that lying about sick days is cause for termination

Canada - March 18 2015 Unexpected employee absences from work can be difficult for employers. Scheduling adjustments have to be made with other employees, customer service...