Andres Barker explains the various ways that the common law and employment standards legislation differ with respect to employee dismissal in British Columbia. (Canadian Employment Law Today, Sept 30/2015, published by Canadian HR Reporter, copyright Thomson Reuters.)
Kent Employment Law speaks to Chimp.net about our first (successful!) charitable giving campaign.
Heather Hettiarachchi was interviewed by The Province about workplace harassment in the hospitality industry.
Heather Hettiarachchi speaks to HRM Online and offers employers tips on employee social media use.
Richard Johnson writes about access to justice issues in the most recent issue of Canadian Lawyer magazine.
The British Columbia Supreme Court recently confirmed that a dismissed employee who is subject to a non-competition clause may be entitled to increased wrongful dismissal damages.
The British Columbia Supreme Court recently ruled that an employee being sued by a former employer was able to take the unusual step of using the British Columbia Employment Standards Act as a shield against the employer’s claim.
Jennifer Wiegele is quoted in the most recent issue of Business in Vancouver on the topic of insurance disputes between employees and employers.
The Supreme Court of Canada recently ruled that pension benefits paid during the notice period do not reduce a plaintiff’s wrongful dismissal damages.
The Ontario Superior Court recently ruled that a senior employee was constructively dismissed when he was moved to a newly created management position, even though his salary did not change.