Adult film entertainer, Samantha Ardente, must have known the jig was up when a student at the high school she works at asked her for her autograph.
A brief comment on the passing of Bill C-389, which intends to protect transgendered and transsexual citizens from discrimination.
By: Ellen A. S. Low Reported earlier this October, former trader, Jerome Kerviel, was sentenced to three years in jail and ordered to re-pay his former employer 4.9 billion euro. …
The day after the announcement of Hurd’s new role, HP filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction on the basis that Hurd could not perform his regular job duties without compromising HP’s trade secrets.
In a recent case from Vancouver, a woman was fired for refusing to attend an afternoon staff meeting after working the nightshift. An article published by Tom Zytaruk in The Financial Post provides some details about the case.
On Sunday, the on-line whistle-blower, Wikileaks, released 91,000 U.S. military records dating between January 2004 and December 2009. “Whistleblowing” is the term given to an employee’s unauthorized disclosure of information he or she honestly and reasonably believes violates the law, professional standards, or involves mismanagement, corruption, abuse of authority, or demonstrates a danger to the public or other employees.
Chris Ehlers worked as a sales representative for Bohler Uddeholm Africa, a male dominated multinational steel retailer based out of Africa. In early 2008, Ehlers began to undergo a series of sex change procedures. Ehlers soon became the subject of disrespectful comments by co-workers, and after two inquiries was terminated by the company. In this blog post we discuss how this case would reflect under Canadian human rights legislation.