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Read BC Government introduces new leave of absence protection under Employment Standards Act BC Government introduces new leave of absence protection und... BC Government introduces new leave of absence protection under Employment Standards Act

By Christopher McHardy

Christopher McHardy
Human Resources

Read Remembrance Day Becomes a National Holiday – But Still Not a Paid Holiday for Many Employe... Remembrance Day Becomes a National Holiday – But Still Not a... Remembrance Day Becomes a National Holiday – But Still Not a Paid Holiday for Many Employees

By Margaret Gavins

Margaret Gavins
Human Rights

Read Bill 176's Proposed Amendments to the Act Respecting Labour Standards (“ARLS”) Bill 176's Proposed Amendments to the Act Respecting Labour... Bill 176's Proposed Amendments to the Act Respecting Labour Standards (“ARLS”)

By Caroline-Ariane Bernier

Caroline-Ariane Bernier
Labour

Read New “Employer Health Tax” in British Columbia New “Employer Health Tax” in British Columbia New “Employer Health Tax” in British Columbia

By Laura DeVries

Laura DeVries
Human Resources

Read Giving Individual Investment Choice in DC Plans Is A Bad Idea Giving Individual Investment Choice in DC Plans Is A Bad Ide... Giving Individual Investment Choice in DC Plans Is A Bad Idea

By Randy Bauslaugh

Randy Bauslaugh
Human Resources

Read Federal Budget 2018 Measures to Address Pay Equity: What Employers Need to Know Federal Budget 2018 Measures to Address Pay Equity: What Emp... Federal Budget 2018 Measures to Address Pay Equity: What Employers Need to Know

By Justine Lindner

Justine Lindner
Labour

Read Rejected Job Applicants Obtain Disclosure of Application Records Under Privacy Law Rejected Job Applicants Obtain Disclosure of Application Rec... Rejected Job Applicants Obtain Disclosure of Application Records Under Privacy Law

By Laura DeVries

Laura DeVries
Labour

Read BC Court of Appeal clarifies employee’s duty to mitigate and necessary deductions for “avo... BC Court of Appeal clarifies employee’s duty to mitigate and... BC Court of Appeal clarifies employee’s duty to mitigate and necessary deductions for “avoided”, and “avoidable”, loss

By Ryley Mennie

Ryley Mennie

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