Safety

Union sounds alarm on Enbridge's planned layoffs

Move will cause 'more fatigue for all field workers'

Union sounds alarm on Enbridge's planned layoffs

Safety trumps privacy in Air Canada hair strand test arbitrator decision

'It would have been derelict of the company to ignore the information it had received,' arbitrator agrees with Air Canada's use of 'rare' hair strand test

Safety trumps privacy in Air Canada hair strand test arbitrator decision

Suspended, unvaccinated Canada Post employees win grievance

Arbitrator finds it unreasonable to apply COVID-related policy to people working from home

Suspended, unvaccinated Canada Post employees win grievance

Ontario's WSIB changing 'suitable work' for injured workers' claims

Board could be paying out millions in retroactive compensation for claims dating back to 2007, says report

Ontario's WSIB changing 'suitable work' for injured workers' claims

New rules for violence prevention take effect May 17

Legislation moves beyond high-risk workplaces, requires risk assessments, training, investigations

New rules for violence prevention take effect May 17

A reminder: Some workplace investigations aren't privileged

Alberta employer ordered to release records, documents after investigation into harassment leads to dismissal

A reminder: Some workplace investigations aren't privileged