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  • Leaves of Absence, Procedural Matters and MoreMarch 28, 2017

    In this latest edition of our School Board Update, we are bringing you summaries of three recent cases which will be of interest. They deal with abuse of process at arbitration, entitlement of part-time and custodial employees to miscellaneous leaves, and the balancing of religious freedom with othe … Read more »

  • Reaching Out – Thirteenth EditionMarch 27, 2017

    Dear Friends, With the first official day of spring behind us, we are pleased to provide our Spring 2017 edition of Reaching Out. Chuck Hofley and Siobhan O’Brien, both from our Ottawa office, have set out some useful tips for those of you about to enter into collective bargaining. We hope you will … Read more »

  • Federal Budget 2017March 24, 2017

    On March 22, 2017, the federal government tabled its 2017 Budget, Building A Strong Middle Class (#Budget2017). The Budget provides an economic and fiscal overview and introduces a series of programs, reforms and spending initiatives which focus on innovation, lifelong learning, infrastructure inves … Read more »

  • 2017 Federal Budget ReleasedMarch 22, 2017

    On March 22, 2017, the federal government tabled its 2017 Budget, Building A Strong Middle Class (#Budget2017). We are in the process of reviewing the Budget, and an FTR Now highlighting measures of interest to employers and human resources professionals will be available shortly on our website. … Read more »

  • FTR Quarterly – Issue 5, Volume 1March 22, 2017

        In this Issue Hicks Morley at 45: Celebrating Together Tips on Avoiding Probationary Period Pitfalls 10 Signs You’re in an Employment Relationship (No Matter What the “Independent Contractor” Agreement Says!) Firm Overview A Hicks Morley Timeline   Featured Articles Tips on Avoiding Probationary … Read more »