The BC Human Rights Tribunal has decided to hear a complaint from an on-call firefighter in Chilliwack about his forced retirement at age 60 (news reports claim Mr. Shellard is now 63 years old). The case is significant for at least two reasons. First, it is a challenge to mandatory retirement in a job that is generally… → Read More
The bloggers of BC Employer Advisor issued our first Month in Review to summarize our most recent posts. Visit the summary here.
A partner is a partner and cannot be an employee of the partnership. That decision came today from the BC Court of Appeal in the Fasken Martineau case. The decision is of great interest to law firms of course, and to other partnerships. But it is also important for employers generally. It helps to better understand who… → Read More