Ontario firefighters’ mandatory retirement challenge doused by tribunal

Ontario firefighters’ mandatory retirement challenge doused by tribunal

Two firefighters underwent medical testing and proved to be in good health, but age was still considered best indicator of cardiac risk

An offer that can be refused

Ontario company’s severance package of 11.5 months’ pay and benefits not reasonable for worker with 16-month notice entitlement: court

An offer that can be refused

COVID vaccination policies: a Canadian comparative analysis

How past decisions on workplace policies dealing with flu vaccines, COVID-19 testing and alcohol and drug use could influence the legality of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations

COVID vaccination policies: a Canadian comparative analysis

Intoxication not an excuse for sexual harassment of colleague

B.C. tribunal overturns decision finding worker’s drunken attempt to kiss colleague deserved dismissal

Intoxication not an excuse for sexual harassment of colleague

Asking a job candidate about accommodation

Does an employer have a duty to inquire about accommodation of a job candidate when the candidate has an obvious disability?

Asking a job candidate about accommodation

Worker’s layoff after leaving work sick leads to discrimination claim

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Worker’s layoff after leaving work sick leads to discrimination claim