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Ontario Introduces COVID-19 Liability Protection For Workers And Businesses

2020-11-04T17:38:24-08:00

On October 20, 2020, Ontario introduced Bill 218, Supporting Ontario's Recovery and Municipal Elections Act, 2020 that, if passed, will prevent lawsuits relating to COVID-19 infections or exposure from being brought against

Ontario Introduces COVID-19 Liability Protection For Workers And Businesses2020-11-04T17:38:24-08:00

Key Workplace Drugs & Alcohol Testing & Discipline Cases Decided Since Cannabis Legalization

2020-09-09T18:34:28-07:00

It’s been 2 years since Canada officially legalized recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018. Of course, while the product might now be legal, using or being impaired by it while

Key Workplace Drugs & Alcohol Testing & Discipline Cases Decided Since Cannabis Legalization2020-09-09T18:34:28-07:00

Why You Should Not Factor Genetic Information into Your Hiring & Employment Decisions

2020-08-20T16:35:57-07:00

Genetic screening of job applicants & employees can get you into serious legal trouble . Before COVID-19, genetic testing from companies like 23andMe was probably the hottest thing in consumer

Why You Should Not Factor Genetic Information into Your Hiring & Employment Decisions2020-08-20T16:35:57-07:00

Arbitrator Nixes Mandatory Substance Use Disclosure for Safety-Sensitive Workers

2021-10-26T11:42:40-07:00

The focus of this complex case involving literally a dozen legal issues was the enforceability of a unilaterally-implemented hospital policy requiring safety-sensitive employees to disclose “substance use disorders”

Arbitrator Nixes Mandatory Substance Use Disclosure for Safety-Sensitive Workers2021-10-26T11:42:40-07:00

Arbitrator Can’t Order Company Not to Enforce Privacy-Invasive Security Policy

2021-10-26T11:42:40-07:00

The union cried foul when a food distribution company adopted a new security policy allowing for random searches of employees in storage areas and asked the arbitrator to issue an order to “stay,”

Arbitrator Can’t Order Company Not to Enforce Privacy-Invasive Security Policy2021-10-26T11:42:40-07:00
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