Information About Stringer Workplace Law Blog
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- No “Passing the Torch”: Only Unions and Employers (Not Grievors) May Bring Judicial Review Applications
Grievance arbitration is intended to be an efficient and cost-effective means to resolve workplace disputes without resort to costly litigation in the courts. When an arbitrator issues an award, it is intended to be final. There is no appeal. Instead, unsatisfied parties may only apply to the cou … Read more »
- Alleged Multi-Million Dollar Employee Benefits Fraud at Baycrest Hospital
Ryan Conlin quoted in the National Post and speaks with CTV News and 610 CKTB Radio re Multi-million dollar employee benefits fraud allegedly involving 150 Baycrest Hospital employees. Connect with Ryan. … Read more »
- Frank Portman Appointed to Advocates' Society Labour and Employment Practice Group
We are pleased to announce that Frank Portman has been appointed as a member-at-large to the Advocates’ Society Labour and Employment Practice Group. Congratulations, Frank! … Read more »
- Save the Date!
Don’t Miss Our 33rd Annual Employers’ Conference As always, this year’s conference will deliver a practical and digestible review of what you need to know to manage your employees effectively. Here’s some feedback from last year’s conference: “This conference is amazing year after year.” “I l … Read more »
- Can a Corporate Director face a Personal Injury Suit for a Workplace Accident? Alberta Court of Appeal Says Yes!
The fundamental principle of workers’ compensation across Canada is that workers who suffer an injury “in the course of employment” give up their right to sue their employer and others in tort, in exchange for access to the no fault workers’ compensation benefit system. However, there are exception … Read more »