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Discrimination

"Criminal Behaviour and other Off-Duty Conduct"

Jurisdiction: - British Columbia

Vancouver law firm Roper Greyell has published an Information Update entitled "Criminal Behaviour and other Off-Duty Conduct" (July 20, 2011), which address the question: What can you do about your employees' off-duty conduct? 

Owner of work camp in oil patch found not to be "employer" for purposes of sexual harassment complaint

Jurisdiction: - Alberta
Sector: - Oil & Gas

The court's decision is here: 375850 Alberta Ltd. v. Noel, 2011 ABQB 218.

The Alberta Human Rights Tribunal's decision is here: Beverly Noel and 375850 Alberta Ltd. (N2006/08/0134) (September 16, 2010).

A summary of the decision by LindaMcKay-Panos has been posted to ABlawg.ca. You can read it here: "Issue of 'Employment' in Human Rights Cases Arises Yet Again" (May 17, 2011).

Can employees over 65 be excluded from benefits?

Can employees over 65 be excluded from benefits?

This is a question that Lindsey Taylor, a lawyer at Fasken Martineau in Vancouver, set out to answer in her article, "Benefits for Older Employees - Can They be Excluded? (April 20, 2011), written for Fasken's HR Space publication.

The article addresses three arbitration awards:  read more »