Featured Clause from Collective Agreements in Canada: Law and Language – Telework

Telework, or telecommuting, refers to a situation in which "an employee, at least on a periodic basis, fulfils his or her regularly scheduled job responsibilities... More

Suncor: Employer's random alcohol and drug testing policy was not unreasonable, Alberta's appeal court rules, quashing arbitration board ruling

Upholding a decision of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench, the Alberta Court of Appeal held that the majority of an arbitration board erred in... More

Damage awards of $60,000 for bad faith dismissal and $25,000 for sexual harassment did not amount to double recovery, Court of Appeal rules

The Ontario Court of Appeal upheld an award of moral damages to a former employee who was dismissed in a manner tainted by bad faith,... More

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