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Rubin Thomlinson LLP | Canada | 14 May 2019

How microaggressions can turn a “compliment” into discrimination and harassment

Examples of problematic workplace behaviours often include the obvious: a racial slur, a homophobic “joke” or inappropriate touching. But what

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SpringLaw | Canada | 10 May 2019

Fired by a robot!

Amazon has been in the news recently for its practice of tracking warehouse workers’ box packing speed and firing them if they do not “make rate.”

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Ius Laboris | Canada | 9 May 2019

Canada - Tough pill for employers to swallow: arbitrator reinstates nurse who stole narcotics and falsified medical records

A recent case in Ontario has confirmed the high bar an employer must meet to fulfil its duty to accommodate an employee’s disability, including

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Fasken | Canada | 17 Apr 2019

Between a rock and a hard place: employer faces competing statutory obligations

How can an employer balance its obligation to maintain a safe workplace for its employees with its duty to accommodate an employee who has serious

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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 20 Mar 2019

Arbitrator rules requirement for updated pastoral reference was reasonable to ensure catholicity of education

In a decision dated September 24, 2018, Arbitrator Brian Etherington ruled that Durham Catholic District School Board (Board) was permitted by law to

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Fasken | Canada | 13 Mar 2019

Genetic characteristics: developing form of discrimination

Employers should be mindful of a newly recognised form of discrimination that has captured the attention of legislators and the Canadian public:

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Fasken | Canada | 7 Mar 2019

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Employer faces Competing Statutory Obligations

How does an employer balance its obligation to maintain a safe workplace for employees with its duty to accommodate an employee with serious mental

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Fasken | Canada | 14 Feb 2019

Genetic Characteristics: A Developing Ground of Discrimination

Employers should be mindful of a newly recognized form of discrimination that has captured the attention of legislators and the Canadian public:

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SpringLaw | Canada | 13 Feb 2019

The price of workplace harassment

Valentine’s Day has us thinking about romance. In the mind of an employment lawyer, the leap from romance to harassment is a short one, and so that is

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Koskie Minsky LLP | Canada | 10 Dec 2018

Arbitrator finds that employer discriminated against employee with respect to the administration of diabetes related care

In a recent decision, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 636 v. Tyco Integrated Fire and Security Canada Inc, Arbitrator Laura

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