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Commentary/11 January 2021

"Fair Comment or Foul? That Online Post Could Cost you Your job"

In today's Legal Matters' commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses the impact of posting private opinions on social media, and the possibility of dismissal w... Read More
Commentary/11 December 2020

"One Size Does Not Fit All When it Comes to a Termination"

In today's Legal Matters' commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses the importance of seeking advice after being terminated to avoid making costly mistakes an... Read More
Commentary/3 November 2020

"Not Taking Workplace Harassment Claims Seriously can be Costly"

In today's Legal Matters' commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses  how allegations of workplace harassment can have far-reaching implications and requi... Read More
Commentary/15 September 2020

"Meeting the Challenges of Unionizing a Workplace"

In today's Legal Matters' commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses how unionizing a workplace can have its benefits but it’s important to follow the pr... Read More
Commentary/18 August 2020

"Belonging to a Union Provides Workers with ‘more clout’"

In today's Legal Matters' Commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses how being unionized can have a big impact on job satisfaction, providing benefits that com... Read More
Commentary/29 June 2020

"Unions Provide Essential Protection During Difficult Times"

 In today's Legal Matters' commentary, "Unions Provide Essential Protection During Difficult Times", Jeff Andrew discusses ways in which several ... Read More
Article/2 March 2006

Working Guide to the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act

This Guide is a version of a document initially created when the PSLRTA, 1997 first came into force, revised to show how the consequential amendments ... Read More
Article/13 June 2005

Bill 144 - Labour Relations Law Reforms Introduced by Liberal Government

The Labour Relations Statute Law Amendment Act, 2005, received Royal assent on June 13, 2005 and is now in force. Bill 144 does not restore the labou... Read More
Article/1 February 1999

Developments in Labour Arbitration: Privacy, Video Surveillance, Drug Testing and E-mails

“Privacy” is a concept for which the law in Canada has developed no consistent response. To begin with, commentators have noted that the t... Read More
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