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Who is Not Covered by the Employment Standards Act in BC?

Employment Law | January 12, 2023

Understanding who is covered and who is not covered by the employment standards act in BC is crucial for employers and employees alike. While the ESA was designed to protect...

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Are Employees Entitled to Raises?

Employment Law | January 12, 2023

Every employee wants to feel as though they are being fairly compensated for the work they perform, especially as the cost of living continues to rise. After performing the same...

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Can Your Employer Make You Relocate?

Employment Law | January 10, 2023

Employment relocation can have a substantial impact on your life, especially if you need to commute a long distance every day, move to a new city, or relocate to a...

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How to Hire Temporary Foreign Workers

Employment Law | October 31, 2022

If you are looking to hire a temporary foreign worker for your business, it is crucial to ensure that you are accurately completing the required paperwork and performing any other...

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5 Common Questions About Employment Contracts

Employment Law | October 31, 2022

Employment contracts are important documents used by employers to outline the specific duties, employment terms, and other crucial information for employees within their company. Though most employment contracts follow a...

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The Differences Between Employees and Independent Contractors

Employment Law | September 27, 2022

While employees and independent contractors can be hired to perform similar jobs, they are classified and treated differently under the law in British Columbia. For example, the Employment Standards Act...

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Offer Letter vs. Employment Contract

Employment Law | September 13, 2022

If you are an individual looking for a new job or an employer looking to hire for a new role, it is crucial to understand the intricacies of job offers....

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Everything You Need to Know About Wrongful Dismissal

Employment Law | August 25, 2022

Wrongful dismissal can be distressing on both a financial and emotional level. If you feel as though you were wrongfully terminated from your previous job, it is crucial to understand...

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Can Employees Refuse to Return to the Office?

Employment Law | August 23, 2022

As we continue to navigate the effects of the pandemic, many employees are continuing to work from home despite offices throughout the country reopening their doors. While remote work conditions...

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What You Need to Know About Temporary Layoffs in BC

Employment Law | July 21, 2022

If you have ever been temporarily suspended from your work duties and recalled at a later date, it is likely that you were temporarily laid off. While temporary layoffs were...

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