60 HR Professionals Stay Up To Date On The Latest Trends Of Employment Law In Langley

Roughly 60 HR professionals gathered in the Fraser Valley last Friday to learn about the latest legal related trends in Human Resources at the...

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Workations: A Path Towards Sustainable Employment?

By Erin Brandt Workations as a concept are nothing new. Employees, executives and business owners brought paperwork with them on holiday and maintained remote contact...

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Fixed-Term Employment: Manage the Risks and Respect Your Employees

By Erin Brandt Some employment contracts specify an end date, some don’t. Why do employers choose one or the other? At the end of the...

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Ready, Fire, Aim: A Flawed Strategy

By Graeme McFarlane When facing the difficult decision to end an employee’s employment for cause, it is very important not to jump to conclusions. Although...

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Flawed Investigation A Recipe for Trouble

By James D. Kondopulos A flawed investigation of alleged employee misconduct is a recipe for trouble. It can, in certain circumstances, result in a significant...

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Union Members Should Think Twice About Hiring Own Lawyer

By Robert Smithson Union members who are unhappy with the representation they’re being provided by their union will sometimes seek outside legal advice. In doing...

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A Flawed Investigation is a Recipe for Trouble

By James D. Kondopulos “There is no specific standard of investigation that employers must follow ... Nevertheless, how the employer reacts is subject to judicial scrutiny. ...

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Employment Insurance: A Very Sensitive Subject

By Robert Smithson Our federal government’s recent introduction of proposed reforms to the employment insurance system has prompted the expected furor from both sides of...

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