Advanced HR law course takes strategic approach.
2022 edition of the Canadian HR Law guide provides much-needed overview.
For HR Reporter, Stuart writes that there’s nothing inherently wrong with discrimination in the hiring process.
Will employers see a deluge of constructive dismissal claims? – HR Reporter
A recent ruling from an Ontario court could see the “floodgates open” to a slew of new cases against employers that temporarily laid off workers in the early days of the pandemic, says an employment lawyer. “This is a really…
HRReporter: Combating the rise of mental health claims
“It’s critical that employers and employees understand what the law says about accommodation — what’s required from both parties, because it should be a bilateral or two-way process,” [Rudner] said. “When it comes to requests for accommodation, it’s critical to…
HR Reporter: In Trump era, HR should get ahead of potential conflicts: Experts
The termination of a British Columbia manager for requesting that a restaurant patron remove his hat — which sported a slogan supporting U.S. President Donald Trump — has ignited debate around politics and the workplace. Stuart offers his insight.
Canadian HR Reporter: Do workers have to take laptops home?
Stuart is quoted in Canadian HR Reporter Magazine on how employers should set boundaries to avoid any potential overtime claims.
Canadian HR Reporter: Medical Documentation Policy Clarified
Stuart on handling medical documentation when responding to requests for accommodation.
Canadian HR Reporter: Figuring out the holiday season
Stuart on why employers should tread carefully and be inclusive, particularly around the holidays.