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Three-part Series: Appeal Decisions on your WCB Claim

There are two levels of appeal, but mind the time limits! Always carefully read the decisions your case manager makes and that you make an informed decision to appeal your WCB claim before the deadline. We conclude our three-part series with appealing decisions on your WCB claim. In this blog, we also cover the importance [...]

By |2022-05-18T23:37:33-07:00May 3rd, 2022|Tips, Workers' Compensation|

Three-part Series: Four Useful Tips for Managing your WCB Claim

Part two of our three-part series is about providing you with helpful tips on managing your WCB claim. Below, we introduce four tips that will help you make the most out of your case manager. If your claim is accepted, you’ll be assigned a person who will make most of the decisions about your compensation.  [...]

By |2022-04-20T19:20:30-07:00April 20th, 2022|Tips, Workers' Compensation|

Three-part Series: Help! I need advice on my WorkSafeBC claim!

If you’ve been injured at work in BC, WorkSafeBC benefits can help. If you’re in BC and you get hurt or get sick at work, you generally can’t sue your employer.  Instead, you can claim benefits from workers' compensation. There are a lot of benefits that workers can qualify for.  Things like healthcare benefits so [...]

By |2022-04-16T07:23:02-07:00April 16th, 2022|Tips, Workers' Compensation|

Annual Paid Sick Days for BC Workers

Effective January 1, 2022, eligible BC employees who have worked for at least 90 days for their employer can take up to five paid days of paid leave for personal illness or injury. The five days do not have to be taken consecutively. Employers may make reasonable requests for “sufficient proof” of illness “as soon [...]

5 Tips for Making a WCB Claim

1) Report your injury to your employer, and your workers’ compensation board (“the Board”) When you’re injured at work, report the injury to your employer as soon as you can. The employer has the responsibility of providing you with first aid if necessary. You should also report your injury to your employer because it’s the [...]

By |2022-03-08T17:26:33-08:00November 30th, 2021|Health and Safety, Tips, Workers' Compensation|

The “right to disconnect?” Three important legal issues in work-from-home arrangements

“Right to Disconnect Advisory Committee” is the latest reminder of the employment issues that can arise when employees work from home In October 2020, the “Right to Disconnect Advisory Committee” began meeting regularly. Its mission? To provide recommendations to Canada’s federal government on supporting their workers’ work-life balance and well-being. A briefing note on [...]

By |2022-03-08T17:25:51-08:00July 26th, 2021|BC Employment Standards Act, Human Rights Law|

What do I do if I’ve been fired or laid off? (Video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnT47XVaVrc   Also read: What do I do if I’ve been fired or laid off? Transcript for "What do I do if I've been fired or laid off?" Step #1: Don’t sign anything before talking with a lawyer The first don’t: don’t sign anything before talking to a lawyer, especially if you’re a long-term employee [...]

By |2022-03-08T17:27:56-08:00February 10th, 2021|Law Videos|

Top 3 ways to get the most value out of your lawyer

Top 3 ways to get the most value out of your lawyer At Labour Rights Law, we pride ourselves on being approachable and helping clients from all walks of life.  These are two of the reasons why we help clients with their employment, labour, and human rights issues. But how can clients get the most [...]

By |2022-06-09T12:02:07-07:00December 8th, 2020|Tips|


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