It’s hard for me to take off the labour and employment lawyer hat. I view everything through a certain lens.
Even as an avid Royal watcher, I was initially quite critical of Prince Harry and thought of him as a disgruntled employee who had quit his job, yet strangely thought he should retain his salary and benefits. Then, as I read his memoir “Spare” I considered what an ...
Is your organization on the right track toward accessibility, diversity and inclusion? As of June 2021, the Accessible British Columbia Act (the “Act”) is law in British Columbia. The Act’s intent is to make the province more inclusive, including for persons with disabilities.
Earlier this year, the government released the first regulation under the Act, the ...
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