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Corporate whistleblowers could get $5M tip

Corporate whistleblowers could get $5M tip

The pay-off may be a huge incentive but the Ontario Securities Commission says culpable informant will still face prosecution.

$45K fine for IKEA’s shaky firing

$45K fine for IKEA’s shaky firing

The furniture giant has been rebuked after dismissing a worker over milkshake-related misconduct.

Should you ever ask an employee to resign?

Should you ever ask an employee to resign?

You might think the suggestion would save them face but one leading employment lawyer says it’s not that straight-forward.

A Christmas message…

A Christmas message…

An end-of-year message from the team behind HRM.

The 2015 cases that changed employment law

The 2015 cases that changed employment law

Canada’s leading employment lawyer Howard Levitt covers the major cases of 2015 and explains how they’ll shape the year ahead.