Employment law

Wells Fargo employees fired for 'simulation of keyboard activity'

Wells Fargo employees fired for 'simulation of keyboard activity'

Financial services firm slams practice as 'unethical behaviour'

Ontario social worker stripped of licensing after asking out former client

Ontario social worker stripped of licensing after asking out former client

There is no 'gray area' around inappropriate health professional-client relationships, says lawyer

Uber unhappy with BC's new policy for gig workers

Uber unhappy with BC's new policy for gig workers

Calls new expense 'unreasonable' in the 'middle of an affordability crisis'

Court tells Ontario resident to stop using the title ‘engineer’

Court tells Ontario resident to stop using the title ‘engineer’

Resident was previously convicted of the same crime of presenting himself as engineer even though he is not licensed

Company president challenges $1.5 million award, claims more against employer

Company president challenges $1.5 million award, claims more against employer

Court of Appeals reviews investment banker’s wrongful termination case

'Systemic mistreatment' of seniors reported in one Quebec residential centre

'Systemic mistreatment' of seniors reported in one Quebec residential centre

Workers said to be ignoring seniors' calls 'don't belong' in long-term care facilities and should leave, says minister