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Supreme Court of Canada Decision Re Discriminatory Harassment in the Workplacehttp://www.res360.ca/Lists/News/DispForm.aspx?ID=6Supreme Court of Canada Decision Re Discriminatory Harassment in the Workplace<div class="ExternalClassC52B9CB9224B4EF8AB451E768B6D09C1"><p>The Supreme Court of Canada issued a decision last week confirming that the prohibition on discriminatory conduct in employment in the BC Human Rights Code extends to employees employed by different employers, provided a sufficient connection to the complainant's employment can be established.<br></p></div>http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/RightsAccomodation.jpg, http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/RightsAccomodation.jpghttp://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V06-Legal_Update-2017-12-18.pdf, Discriminatory Harassment in the Workplace
MSP Premiums - One Change Announced, Another Change Awaitedhttp://www.res360.ca/Lists/News/DispForm.aspx?ID=5MSP Premiums - One Change Announced, Another Change Awaited<div class="ExternalClassD99404D3C6A348269DC645D1D411EC3D"><p>Effective January 1, 2018, the Government of British Columbia is reducing and Medical Service Premiums. The BC Government has not yet announced how it intends to recover the lost revenue, which might include an employer payroll tax. RES will continue to follow developments with respect to MSP premiums and any replacement funding source.<br></p></div>http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/ResLaunch.jpg, http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/ResLaunch.jpghttp://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V07-Legislative_Briefing-2017-11-28.pdf, MSP Premiums
Employer Gives Negative But Truthful Referencehttp://www.res360.ca/Lists/News/DispForm.aspx?ID=4Employer Gives Negative But Truthful Reference<div class="ExternalClass66F3FEA2F979481B8541E350E8BC9A94"><p>​<span lang="EN-US">The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently found an employee’s defamation claim against his previous employer for an unfavourable reference could not succeed because the reference was justified and fell “within the range of qualified privilege".</span></p></div>http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/LegalUpdate.jpg, Employer Gives Negative But Truthful Referencehttp://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V05-Legal_Update-2017-07-25.pdf, Employer Gives Negative But Truthful Reference

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