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In the fast-paced world of payroll, mistakes occasionally happen leading to overpayment of employees. It is tempting to correct such overpayment by simply deducting the overpaid amount from the employee's next paycheque. British Columbia employers may be surprised to learn that, except in certain circumstances, this method of recovery is impermissible.

Section 21(1 ...

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The federal government has set November 1, 2018 as the date the mandatory breach reporting provisions of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") will come into effect.

The breach reporting obligation will apply to all federally regulated employers (including banks, telecommunication companies, airlines, and other ...

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On Monday April 9, 2018, B.C.'s provincial government introduced Bill 6, which amends the B.C. Employment Standards Act to provide for new and extended leaves for employees. Bill 6 is a preliminary step in the government’s intended overhaul of the Employment Standards Act, with further amendments expected to be proposed in the future. The new and extended leaves are ...

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