There are three things employers need to ask about when considering an Independent Medical Examination. Make sure you don’t miss any of these!
When an employee’s injured, the last thing you want is to drag out an expensive return to work process — but nor do you want an injured employee back too soon. What you do need are answers around their ability to work.
What affect on insurance liability will autonomous cars integrated with smart cities have?
How should employers approach the question of marijuana use in the workplace? What about medical marijuana? And what do you do when it’s all getting out of hand?
Suncor confirmed that it has made an agreement with the union representing its Fort McMurray employees (Unifor) that allows it to proceed with random alcohol and drug testing for all safety-sensitive positions.
Accidents have gone up with speed limits in B.C. How does that affect motor vehicle insurers?
How will legalized cannabis affect auto insurance rates in Canada? Accidents have tended to increase where cannabis has been legalized in the US, and rates will increase in areas with accidents.
There’s a new framework for the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in Ontario. Learn more in our News Recap.
Auto insurance rate increases, long-term disability for breast cancer, PTSD worker’s compensation, and hiding your car keys are the topics in this week’s News Recap.
Impaired driving or impaired workplace — either way, legalization’s created some new challenges in Canada.