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July 5, 2022

Arbitrator says employer can terminate employee who refused vaccine

Rhonda B. Levy, Barry Kuretzky and George Vassos write about a British Columbian case decision that instructs an employer on how to handle a situation where an employee refuses to comply with a vaccination mandate. (Subscription required.)

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June 28, 2022

Arbitrator decides employer discriminated on basis of creed in denying request for vax exemption

Rhonda B. Levy and George Vassos examine a case in which the arbitrator determined that a nurse who refused to get vaccinated because of a creed she believed in was discriminated against under the Ontario Human Rights Code. (Subscription required.)

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June 24, 2022

Littler Attorneys in Six Countries Recognized in 2023 Editions of Best Lawyers™

In addition, Millet-Ursin and Pélissier were named Lawyer of the Year in France for employee benefits law and labor and employment law, respectively.

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June 15, 2022

Low IP extortion via strike summons

Jorge Sales Boyoli talks about reasons a union can call a company to strike. (Subscription required.)

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June 10, 2022

How HR can mitigate the risks and reap the rewards of AI at work

Sanika Karandikar and Raoul Parekh offer guidance on how to avoid pitfalls related to using artificial intelligence in the employment experience, including to hire and monitor employees.

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