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  • Can I Terminate an Employee Who is Off Sick With the Flu?

    Is influenza a disability under the Human Rights Code? The answer may surprise you. Ahhh, flu season.  That most charming time of the year, full of runny noses, stuffed sinuses, headaches, pain and soreness, often resulting in significant employee absence. As an employer, flu season is often the sou … Read more »

  • Can I Be Fired For Being Off Sick With The Flu?

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  • Computer Based Hiring and Its Impact on Employees and Employment Law in BC

    How technology in the hiring process may hold some benefit to employees at the time of hire, but could hurt them at the end of their employment. Last month, NPR published an interesting story that caught my attention – the story was about the increased use of computerized hiring practices around the … Read more »

  • Computer Based Hiring and its Impact on Employers and Employment Law in BC

    Why technology in the hiring process can help employers reduce their expenses at both the beginning and end of employment. Last month, NPR published an interesting story that caught my attention – the story was about the increased use of computerized hiring practices around the world. While it is by … Read more »

  • Suing an Employee for Damages

    My employee has made a costly mistake. Can I sue for damages? You may think that an employment contract is like any other contract: if one party breaches that contract, they are liable to compensate the other party for the breach. That is not necessarily the case with employment contracts, however. … Read more »

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