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Canadian Payroll and Employment Law at work®

Features For The Week of July 18, 2016
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Reported News and Articles by Jurisdiction


National
 
National average base salary increase predicted to be 1.39 percent for 2016, survey indicates
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42861]
 
Customer receives inappropriate texts from employee's personal device
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42862]
 
Statement by the Minister of Finance on historic agreement to strengthen the Canada Pension Plan
by Knotia, EYEP and/or E&Y LLP and/or CPA Canada
View Article  [Article No. 42877]
 
Employment Insurance beneficiaries, May 2016
by Statistics Canada
View Article  [Article No. 42859]
 
Consumer price index, June 2016
by Statistics Canada
View Article  [Article No. 42860]


Alberta
 
Employee found to be constructively dismissed after workplace restructuring
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42863]


British Columbia
 
Canada Pension Plan proposal consultation
by Yosie Saint-Cyr LLB., Managing Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42864]
 
HRMA's new compliance standard
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42865]
 
Self-regulation in the real estate industry has come to an end
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42866]
 
Q: Our company is located in British Columbia. We have an employee that works 30 hours a week, Monday to Thursday and has Fridays off. If a statutory holiday falls on a Friday, does the employee then get another day off due to it falling on her day off? Also, the employee is requesting that she get paid for that day instead of taking another day off. As an employer, do we have to agree to that?
by Ask the HRinfodesk Editor, HRinfodesk
View FAQ  [FAQ No. 42872]


Federally Regulated
 
Supreme Court of Canada confirms federally-regulated employees cannot be terminated without cause under the Canada Labour Code
by DLA Piper
View Article  [Article No. 42875]


Manitoba
 
Province proposes amendments to CPP enhancement
by Yosie Saint-Cyr LLB., Managing Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42867]


Ontario
 
Enforcement safety blitz results on occupational disease in mining sector
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42868]
 
Employer who told employee to, Go! Get out! constituted constructive dismissal
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42869]
 
The results are in for the operation of machinery at industrial workplaces safety enforcement blitz
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42870]
 
Continuing effects on workplace policies aren't new incidents or series of incidents under the Ontario Human Rights Code
by Heather Cameron, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
View Article  [Article No. 42876]
 
Court allows suspension of employee during investigation despite injunction application
by Rubin Thomlinson LLP
View Article  [Article No. 42874]


Quebec
 
Damages to the reputation: a serious motive for termination?
by Caroline Jodoin, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
View Article  [Article No. 42873]
 
Changes to regulation regarding OHS in mines
by Cristina Lavecchia, Editor, HRinfodesk
View Article  [Article No. 42871]


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