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Guest Blogs: Budworth & Ezzedeen on Sexism, Modesty, and Family Roles as Determinants of Employment Success and Earnings

Men who think women belong the home baking cookies and raising children earn more than men who think women should be treated with equality in employment, a new study by…

Student Blog: Harassment and Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity

In this first “Student Blog”, York student Shanthi Bala set out to solve a mystery we discussed in our Employment Law course.  We noted that, while “sexual orientation” is a…

Guest Blog: Barnacle on Saskatchewan’s Labour Law Reforms and the Legal Challenges Against Them

Guest Blog: Barnacle on Saskatchewan’s Labour Law Reforms and the Legal Challenges Against Them

I noted in a previous entry that reforms were underway in Saskatchewan as the Saskatchewan Party followed in the footsteps of Mike Harris’s Conservative government in Ontario and Gordon Campbell’s…

Guest Blog: Hirsch on the American Employee Free Choice Act

A while back, I did an entry describing how Wal-Mart was warning its employees in the U.S. about  the horrors that could be bestowed upon them if Obama were to…

Guest Blog: Gorsky on Anticipatory Breach of Contract at Ford (Oakville)

Ford Canada recently offered jobs to about 350 employees, which caused some excitement in Southern Ontario, where jobs in the auto sector have been disappearing faster than chocolate placed near…

Guest Blog: Michael Lynk on Hydro-Quebec & the Duty to Accommodate

My great thanks to Professor Michael Lynk of U. of Western Ontario Law School for providing the Workplace Law Blog with this excellent summary of the recent Supreme Court decision…

Guest Blog: Hirsch on Whether the CAW could strike GM if U.S. law applied?

The CAW came away empty handed from the their meeting with GM leaders in Detroit, and the union has now revved up its threats of a ‘wildcat’ strike, which means…

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