Human Rights in the Workplace discusses Canadian Human Rights Law issues regarding Canadian Employment law. The publisher Donna Seale, is the founder of Donna M. Seale Consulting Services and works with the Manitoba Human RIghts Commission.
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CBC News is reporting that a woman from Ontario is alleging she was fired from her job as an exotic dancer on the basis of age. She has proceeded to file a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. The...CBC News is reporting that a woman from Ontario is alleging she was fired from her job...
For those of you looking for learning opportunities in the New Year, I have managed to update my Seminars page which details the courses that I am scheduled to teach for the Manitoba Human Rights Commission in 2012. In addition, if you click on the link I’ve provided on my Seminars page to...
As the year draws to a close, I wanted to extend my sincere thank you to each of you, my readers, for continuing to tune in when I have a chance to post here, for engaging in discussions with me when my posts happen to trigger a desire in you to write in and for [...]As the year draws to a close, I...
Back in September, Professor David Doorey of York University drew to my attention an op-ed piece that appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press and which was written by a colleague of his, Professor Ravi Malhotra of the University of Ottawa Law School. Professor Malhotra was commenting on his discovery...
At this time of year, Canadian law bloggers like me look forward to the Canadian Law Blog Awards which have become affectionately known as the ‘Clawbies‘. As noted by Steve Matthews, the creator of the Clawbies: “The awards recognize the interesting, innovative, and informative...
It’s official. As reported in the National Post, the Conservative government has finally repealed the section in the Canadian Human Rights Act that permitted federal employers to establish mandatory retirement ages for their workers. Mandatory retirement is, of course, a form of age...
Halloween is a time when many children and adults get dressed up in costume and pretend they are someone or something else one night of the year. Some workplaces allow employees to dress up if they happen to work on October 31. I know of some workplaces that actually have after-work...
I have technology on the brain these days. My summer ended with a bang and my fall began with a boom as a result of receiving an avalanche of requests by organizations to conduct investigations for them into workplace human rights complaints. Honestly, I’ve had so many requests...
Twitter has been a great source of information in the past couple of weeks on a wide range of workplace human rights issues. Here’s my list of recommended reading for the period ending August 6, 2011: Something to ponder: “Women Who Leave the Workplace: Opting Out or Overlooking...
Ok, so I’ll admit that the upcoming long weekend and fabulous weather we’ve been having recently in Manitoba makes me want to spend every waking minute outside these days. But, even I need a break from the heat outside once in a while and I can think of no better way to get that than...