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From the pages of HR Reporter
May 16, 2016 Print Edition:
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Looking into dedicated leave for fathers: Labour minister
But union seeking injunction from arbitrator
Awards highlight need for policies, procedures, investigations
Looking to ‘empower’ people around development opportunities
Most employers consider it ‘safe’ termination – but that may not be the case
Court of Appeal clarifies enforcement of workplace drug and alcohol policies
UCCO pushing for federal Blood Samples Act requiring disclosure after exposure
Issues of compensation, promotion still considered awkward topics: Survey
What can organizations learn from RBC’s data analytics journey?
The gig economy is expanding – but what does that mean for HR-related issues?
New mortality asumption could significantly impact pension plan administration
With the right parameters, internships can add major value for intern and employer
Offering preventative health screening can lead to healthier, less costly employees
Questions of drug testing, medical records reopen debate
Hot, cross baker; Maybe he needs an off-switch?; BB-8 would be impressed; Questions, anyone?; Fiery fate for family
Presages possible emergence of third classification of worker in gig economy
If an employer has to cut a worker’s job, how should it proceed to avoid liability?
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May 30, 2016


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