B.C. worker’s mask refusal not based on religious belief: tribunal

B.C. worker’s mask refusal not based on religious belief: tribunal

Worker claimed he couldn’t wear a mask in the workplace because it ‘dishonours God’ but also said he didn’t believe masks stopped COVID-19

Manitoba CBC reporter fired for talking too much was wrongfully dismissed

Telling others about order to delete tweet wasn’t a fireable offence; CBC breached his privacy by snooping in his social media accounts

Manitoba CBC reporter fired for talking too much was wrongfully dismissed

News anchor cancelled for harassing multiple colleagues

Two official complaints and other unofficial reports revealed pattern of commenting on appearance and sexuality of young, female colleagues

News anchor cancelled for harassing multiple colleagues

B.C. company calls employee’s bluff, accepts resignation

Employee claimed he didn’t want to resign, but had been saying or months he would and told owner and team members he did

B.C. company calls employee’s bluff, accepts resignation

Getting company equipment back from quitting employee

If a remote employee quits, can the employer do anything (such as withhold the final pay cheque) to make sure all of its equipment is returned?

Getting company equipment back from quitting employee

Privacy and shared computers

If employees are allowed to use shared company computers for personal reasons, does the expectation of privacy change if they don’t sign out of their personal accounts?

Privacy and shared computers