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Forbes v. Canada (Attorney General): Notice of Civil Claim

Sep 12, 2023

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Workers deserve safe workplaces and fair treatment, BC premier says on Labour Day

Sep 04, 2023

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What is a whistleblower?

Aug 31, 2023

A whistleblower is a person who publicly discloses an illegal act within an organization. In Cana...

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Understanding Unfair or Unjust Dismissals

Aug 24, 2023

Losing your job can be a challenging experience– affecting your livelihoods and overall well-being...

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What does wrongful dismissal look like?

Aug 24, 2023

The common misconception about wrongful dismissal is that it happens when your employer terminates y...

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Telus Layoffs: 6,000 employees face job cuts

Aug 21, 2023

Telecommunications giant Telus has recently announced its plan to lay off 6,000 employees, explainin...

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Garbage pickup, child care among Hamilton services likely impacted by looming strike

Aug 16, 2023

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Reasonable Notice, Working Notice, Pay in Lieu of Notice, and Severance Pay – What are the Differences?

Aug 08, 2023

Reasonable notice, working notice, pay in lieu of notice, and severance pay are terms often used in ...

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Navigating Workplace Grievances for Union Employees

Jul 22, 2023

What is a grievance? A grievance is a complaint that is filed by the employee directly or by the Un...

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