Frequently Asked Questions with A Canadian Business Owner/Employer • Fire Away S7E03
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by Rudner Law
1M ago
Stuart is joined by Mark Robins, a Canadian business owner and employer, to answer some frequently asked questions that are top of mind right now in Canadian employment law.  ..read more
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Employers Beware: Benefits Fraud + ‘Ghost Employees’ • Fire Away S7E02
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by Rudner Law
1M ago
Stuart is joined by Karin Hiscock, a consultant at Cowan Insurance Group, for a conversation on benefits fraud, treating misuse of benefits as workplace misconduct, and ‘ghost employees’.  ..read more
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Workplace Investigations and Interviews + How to Handle the Difficult Ones • Fire Away S7E01
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by Rudner Law
3M ago
Stuart is joined by Axis Geffen of Axis Vero Incorporated for a discussion on workplace investigations and interviews, with a focus on how to handle the difficult ones. Like & Subscribe www.rudnerlaw.ca ..read more
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What's in a name? Legally speaking, you may not want that fancy job title.
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by Rudner Law
4M ago
In this update, Stuart talks about the legal implications of being called a manager, supervisor, or director ..read more
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Fire Away: Effective use of mediation & arbitration in employment disputes.
The Rudner Law Podcast
by Rudner Law
4M ago
Stuart is back! And he's joined by Colm Brannigan for a discussion on how to effectively use mediation and arbitration to resolve employment disputes ..read more
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Fire Away: Workplace TikTok trends from an employment law perspective.
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by Rudner Law
5M ago
Quiet quitting. Rage applying. You've heard them all - but what do these buzzwords mean, if anything, in a legal context? In this episode, Brittany Taylor and Geoffrey Lowe are explaining these trendy concepts from an employment law perspective.    If you think you might need an employment lawyer, you probably do. Visit www.rudnerlaw.ca to learn more ..read more
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Fire Away: compassionate workplace investigations and mental health advocacy.
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by Rudner Law
6M ago
John Rodriguez returns for a discussion on why compassionate interview skills are the difference maker for workplace investigations; plus, we explore the mental health advocacy side of his work and why that is so important in the workplace.  ..read more
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When and Where We Work - Rudner Law Webinar
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by Rudner Law
6M ago
An engaging and informative webinar that delves into crucial topics related to the evolving world of work. This session will explore the ever-relevant subjects of remote and hybrid work, as well as the innovative concept of a 4-day work week, including the associated pay and legal considerations ..read more
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Fire Away: tips, strategies, and best practices for a successful mediation.
The Rudner Law Podcast
by Rudner Law
8M ago
Stuart is joined by employment lawyer and litigator Sean Bawden for a discussion on strategic mediation, and what both counsel and parties need to know in order to be successful ..read more
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Fire Away: the experience of non-standard worker in today’s workplaces.
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by Rudner Law
9M ago
Dr. Catherine Connelly is professor of organizational behaviour at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University. Her research focuses on the attitudes, behaviours, and experiences of non-standard workers (e.g., temporary agency workers, contractors, temporary foreign workers), the effects of leadership styles on leader well-being, and knowledge hiding in organizations ..read more
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