Large Employers Requiring Return to Work

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May 6, 2023 from CBC News   There are numerous indications that the economy is recovering from the epidemic, including a robust employment market and the World Health Organisation officially reducing COVID-19’s position as a global health emergency.   However, the best example may be in Canada’s empty downtown center with the sight of millions […]

Employers Struggling with Return-to-Office Mandates

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May 25, 2023 from HRD   According to recent research, employers all over the world are losing workers as a result of requiring individuals to return to the office. Unispace, a strategy, design, and construction company, reported that more than seven in ten organizations globally claim to have required office returns, and 50% of the […]

Landmark Canadian Cases that Shaped Personal Injury Law

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February 23, 2023 from Bogoroch & Associates   Common law, as opposed to statutes or laws created by the legislature, is the body of law in Canada that is developed through judicial decisions and precedents. Based on the Latin phrase “to stand by things decided,” this body of law mandates that lower courts uphold rulings […]

What Employers Should Know About Mental Health Accommodations

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May 10, 2023 from HR Reporter   The field of psychiatry has recognized two new mental health disorders: prolonged grief disorder and unspecified mood disorder. These additions to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) have implications for employers, as they need to consider these new definitions when accommodating employees.   However, employers […]