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Labour News
Apr 16, 2014
Public servants’ health benefits, salaries could be affected

Apr 16, 2014
Labour groups call for action to close gender wage gap

Apr 16, 2014
Hospital officials to determine whether discipline is warranted

Apr 15, 2014
National job vacancy rate sits at 1.3 per cent

Apr 15, 2014
Union opposed shared-risk plan imposed on educators

Apr 15, 2014
Union wants government to protect nurses from recrimination

Apr 14, 2014
Reforms to complaints, wage claims came into effect on April 1
Global Labour News
Apr 17, 2014
Biggest surge in strikes, protests since global financial crisis

Apr 16, 2014
Pressure mounts for Bank of England to raise record-low benchmark interest rate

Apr 16, 2014
Fund to support employers in creation of new training programs

Apr 16, 2014
Projected rate of return should be six per cent, not 7.75 – would boost pension bill by $560 million a year

Apr 15, 2014
'Costly lesson to multinationals not to ignore workers' rights'

Apr 15, 2014
Hospital security guards convicted of disturbing social order
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CURRENT ISSUE: Apr 14, 2014
Oil giant didn't show relationship between substance abuse and risks: Arbitrator

Officer altered letter of employment to apply for mortgage

Repeated breaches of confidentiality lead to termination

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MARCH 2014
At a recent Canadian HR Reporter roundtable discussion on the future of unions in the private sector, panellists discussed how unions might be trying to entice young workers into the fold and, in turn, whether young workers are interested in the labour movement

Preparing Your Business for Strike or a Work Stoppage: Plan, Prepare and Execute

Knowing best practices and how to navigate the difficult circumstances of a work stoppage can minimize the damage to your organization

You're Fired! Just Cause for Dismissal in Canada

Stuart E. Rudner

Summary dismissal is an inherently grey area. There are no hard and fast rules, and in many cases it is impossible to predict with certainty how a court might rule upon a particular set of facts.

This looseleaf text is a practical reference tool for employment law practitioners and human resources professionals on the law of summary dismissal in Canada. The expert commentary provides a thorough review of the law and helps clarify what is and what is not just cause of dismissal. 

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