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Ontario worker fired for pattern of bullying behaviour

'If you have a serious enough offence, then you may not need progressive discipline': lawyer

Ontario worker fired for pattern of bullying behaviour

A crisis level of judicial vacancies in our courts

Increase in appointments could incentivize employees to take legal action against employers

A crisis level of judicial vacancies in our courts

Employer ordered to pay retired VP $2M including $93,000 in unused vacation time

'At the end of the day, it's the written representation that matters,' employment lawyer warns

Employer ordered to pay retired VP $2M including $93,000 in unused vacation time

'No, we're not there yet': Conflicting numbers show more work needed to support racialized workers

HR experts cite challenges of allyship, tokenism, sponsorships in Canadian workplace

'No, we're not there yet': Conflicting numbers show more work needed to support racialized workers

The City of Nanaimo

Nanaimo, B.C. | (863 permanent part-time and full-time employees) and Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 401

The City of Nanaimo

Yukon University

Whitehorse | (309 employees) and The Public Service Alliance of Canada

Yukon University