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November 28, 2022

Alberta, Canada’s Human Rights Tribunal Awards $50,000 to Employee Whose Employment Was Terminated After Claiming Sexual Harassment

An employer that purportedly fired employee for cause following her sexual harassment allegations was found liable for discrimination on the basis of gender.

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November 23, 2022

Littler World Cup Matchups Part 4: Drug and Alcohol Testing

Over the course of the World Cup, we have been publishing our own matchups, comparing various aspects of labor and employment law in some of the participating countries.

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November 21, 2022

Littler World Cup Matchups Part 3: Workplace Safety

Welcome to week 2 of our Littler World Cup series, where we compare various aspects of labor and employment law in some of the countries competing the following week.

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November 21, 2022

Canada Publishes Final Regulations and Guidelines to Support Implementation of New Paid Medical Leave for Employees in Federally Regulated Workplaces

The Canadian federal government published final regulations and additional guidance regarding new paid leave obligations for federally regulated employers that take effect December 1, 2022.

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November 18, 2022

Littler World Cup Matchups Part 2: Short-Term Sick Pay

The World Cup is fast approaching! Over the course of the tournament, we will be publishing our own matchups, comparing various aspects of labor and employment law in some of the participating countries.

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November 17, 2022

Littler World Cup Matchups Part 1: Paid Vacation and Annual Leave

The World Cup starts November 20, 2022 and will end in mid-December. We thought we’d set up our own employment law matchups to coincide with some actual team pairings.

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November 15, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Sets Aside Judgment Reducing Employee’s Reasonable Notice Period for Failure to Mitigate

In Lake v. La Presse, the Ontario Court of Appeal set aside the lower court’s reduction of damages in a wrongful dismissal action for failure to mitigate.

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November 10, 2022

Ontario, Canada Divisional Court Finds Group Home’s Temporary Visitation Policy During Early Stage of COVID-19 Did Not Discriminate Against Disabled Resident

In Empower Simcoe v. JL, the operator of a publicly funded residential facility sought judicial review of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s findings that its policies during COVID-19 were discriminatory.

Littler Report
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November 3, 2022

The Employer's Guide to Europe's Inflation

After two years of dealing with a pandemic, European countries are now shaken by record levels of inflation and flagging growth.

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November 3, 2022

Ontario, Canada Introduces Bill Prohibiting Strike by School Board Employees Represented by CUPE

In an unprecedented bid to prevent school board employees represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees from proceeding with a strike planned for early November 2022, Ontario introduced Bill 28, Keeping Students in Class Act, 2022.

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