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A description of the common law duty of loyalty as applied by courts, compared to the duty as construed by arbitrators under CBAs. The employee conduct reviewed includes competition with…

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Use of the internet, including email, in the organized Canada workplace, the right of free speech, attacks on the public employer by an employee, and the right of privacy. The…

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An examination of the 4 generations in United States since 1927 – the depression – the baby boom – the baby bust – and the baby boomlet; the effect of…

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Employment law in Canada (both judicial and arbitral) imposes standards of loyalty that are stricter than those in the United States. This article describes those duties of good faith and…

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Professor Goldman asserts that a duty of loyalty should be invoked only when those seeking loyalty have earned their claim to it: where the employee has violated a specific provision…

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Just cause across industries: VI. Media, Communications, and Technology

The panelists use a hypothetical discharge to analyze just cause pertaining to the use of new technologies.

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