Do I have to return to the office? Employment lawyer answers common COVID-19 questions – National

As provinces begin the slow process of reopening their economies and people start returning to the workplace, questions abound about the rights of employees

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Government working to extend emergency benefits to seasonal workers: employment minister – National

Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough says the federal government is working on ways to ensure seasonal workers who do not currently qualify for the Canadian

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Alberta budget targets ‘full employment’ by 2023 despite economic volatility

When Jason Kenney campaigned for premier last spring, he said job creation would be a top priority.  On Thursday, his government’s new budget laid out

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Push to unionize Foodora could be ‘watershed moment’ for Canadian gig economy: employment lawyer

A union certification vote is underway for Foodora couriers in Toronto to decide whether they’d like to join the Canadian Union of Postal Workers

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Hamilton councillors hold closed-door session on former neo-Nazi leader’s employment with city – Hamilton

Hamilton councillors had a closed-door session on Wednesday night in light of a news story about a former leader of a Canadian white supremacist

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‘An invisible class’: former Filipino temporary foreign worker shares story of employment fraud

Joven Ednalaguim is working hard to build a better life for himself and his family. He moved from the Philippines to Halifax in 2009

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‘No trust in an actual recovery’: Edmonton employment numbers don’t tell whole story

Taking the Pulse is a series from CBC News examining how Albertans are coping with today’s economic conditions. While employment numbers are painting a

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