Tribunal dramatically expands family rights for desirable shifts



December 9, 2010

Howard Levitt, Financial Post (Dec 8, 2010): Is Canada becoming a nanny state? A recent decision by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal dramatically expanded employers’ obligations to staff with children, and the impact could be far-reaching. Read more…

Fiona Johnstone and her husband were border services officers at Pearson International Airport in Toronto. Her job processing goods and travellers entering Canada was part of a 24-hour operation, with irregular rotating shifts and six different start times.

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