If you feel you have been bullied or harassed at work, you should report it to a supervisor or other designated official. Should this person ignore the issue, you may want to contact an employment lawyer, especially if the bullying is affecting your ability to do your job or if you notice others’ ability to work is affected. Read More.
If you use marijuana for medical conditions and work in a safety-sensitive job, you may not be exempted from the work requirements surrounding impairment. Read more!
In a recent landmark case involving two men from British Columbia, the Supreme Court of Canada found in favour of a worker who was harassed on his worksite by a contractor from a different company. The ruling was precedent-setting as it determined that as British Columbians go about their jobs, they are entitled to special protection against discrimination in general, not just protection from their employer or individuals with authority over them in the workplace.
Between provincial legislation and federal benefits, new parents should be able take time off if required to give birth or care for a newborn or newly-adopted child without fear of
Bullying and harassment doesn’t just happen in schools – it also happens in the workplace. BC has laws in place to prevent workplace bullying and harassment such as verbal aggression,