Fundamentals Of Hiring—Avoid Negligent Misrepresentations

Whether you are the GM of the Vancouver Canucks looking at who to draft or the owner of a 10 employee manufacturing plant looking...

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Changes to the Canada Labour Code Coming Into Effect, January, 2021

This past June, the Federal Government announced that starting January 1, 2021, new regulations will come into effect to protect employees in federally regulated...

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Is Our Future Workplace Contingent?

Leapfrogging technology, different expectations, evolving industries, automation and a rate of change that doesn’t look to be slowing down in our lifetime have all...

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Refusal of Unsafe Work: Lessons Learned from SARS

As British Columbia moves from Phase 2 into Phase 3 of its Restart Plan, employees will increasingly be asked to return to work and...

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Contingent Workers What Are They? What Do You Owe Them?

What is a contingent worker? High profile examples would be Lyft and Uber drivers as well as those hard-working folks who deliver you your...

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Clear, Concise, Consistent – The 3 Cs of Effective Workplace Communication

Communication is by far one of the most valuable skills in any professional’s toolkit. Whether you’re just starting your career or you’re a seasoned...

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Artificial Intelligence at Work Webinar Recap

“You may think your job as an HR professional is less important because of this technology, but, if anything, it’s doubly critical.” Alex Benay discussed...

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Being A Gracious (And Responsible) Employer And Employee: Holiday Parties And Other Work-Related Social Gatherings

As an employer, if you organize a company party or similar work-related social gathering for your employees, you have certain legal responsibilities.  An employer...

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