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The Year in Review in Labour and Employment Law

Nov 29, 2013
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2013 was another eventful year on the labour and employment law fronts. The workplace continues to be the locus of much litigation before courts and tribunals, litigation that – amongst other things – tests the boundaries of government attempts to circumscribe the collective bargaining process, tests the creative ways in which employers terminate or suspend employees, and the remedies that might flow from such attempts, circumscribes the extent to which employers can exercise flexibility in scheduling employees who owe important parental duties to their children, and reflects increasing concerns with the intrusion by employers in the private lives of its employees.

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