Building a case for "just cause".

Generally speaking, here’s your cheat sheet on building a case for just cause:

1) Has the Employee exhibited extremely serious intentional...

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PLUS Presentation

Check out the post by Brownlee's Michael Thorne about David Pick's presentation to the Professional Liability Underwriting Society on...

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Lift Her Up Campaign Launch

Brownlee LLP is proud to sponsor the Alberta Council of Women's Shelters.  Join us at the #LiftHerUp launch to encourage women in...

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Deal or No Deal?

While assisting employer clients with settlement negotiations on a conclusion of employment, I often advise not to simply agree to do a...

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HOW to change people's minds

The key is in the title: asking people HOW their position works, helps them realize that there may be gaps in this understanding and...

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Massive Data Breach of Equifax

Equifax is one of the leading credit reporting agency and is often the first place one contacts when their personal information may be...

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Workplace Policy Overhauls

Labour and employment law in Canada is about to undergo some significant changes, perhaps some of the biggest we’ve seen in decades...

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