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…n a number of fields. She wrote about legal compliance issues related to shopping center and office building management, public and private school management, fair housing law, health care administration and e-commerce. Glenn Demby Glenn Demby is a lawyer who spent three years practicing corporate law at a Wall Street law firm. He worked like a dog, made lots of money but had no time to spend it. So Glenn quit and went into publishing where he sp…

Glenn Demby, Editor-in-Chief, HRInsider.ca Glenn Demby is an attorney and award winning journalist specializing in many aspects of Canadian law. Glenn has a track record of developing plain English products that tell business professionals who aren’t lawyers how to comply with the parts of the law that affect their day-to-day operations. Paula Santonocito, Contributing Editor, HRInsider.ca Paula Santonocito, a business jour…

Presenters: David Frame, OHS and WSIB Consultant and former President of The Council of Ontario Construction Associations (COCA). Glenn Demby, Editor-In-Chief, OHS Insider Date: Wednesday, March9th Time: 12:00 EST (9 a.m. PST) Duration: 90 Minutes The Ontario Ministry of Labour has just released proposals for one of the most massive overhauls of the Ontario OHS system in decades. The new OHS reform proposals will completely change your safety p…

By Glenn Demby According to Statistics Canada, it takes the average employee between 13 and 23 weeks to land a new job (2011 figures). The termination notice employers must pay under provincial employment standards laws offsets part of the financial losses employees suffer when they get fired. But termination notice doesn’t last forever and employees are expected to find a new job eventually. But suppose the fired employee isn’t capable of ever…

By Glenn Demby Today is Friday the 13th. If any of your employees are superstitious, they might still be in bed with the covers wrapped firmly about their ears. But what are they afraid of? The 13th I can understand. Lots of folks fear the number 13. Apparently, many of them are architects. According to National Geographic, more than 80% of the high-rise buildings in the U.S. don’t have a 13th floor. There’s even a word for the fear of 1…

Practical Strategies to Use Social Media as a Powerful and Effective Tool in the Recruiting & Hiring Process – and How to Sidestep Potentially Costly Privacy and Discrimination Pitfalls Presenter: David Cohen, Partner, Strategic Action Group, Ltd Glen Demby, Editor-in-Chief, HR Compliance Insider When: Thursday, March 10, 12:00 EST (9 a.m. PST) Duration: 90 Minutes Cost: Free for OHS Insider members Social Media is increasingly becoming…

By Glenn Demby Coke says it was a car; the victim’s attorneys say it was a delivery truck. What no one denies is that a Coca-Cola employee driving a company vehicle hit 37-year-old Vanice Chatman-Wilson; also undisputed is the fact that the driver was talking on her cell phone at the time of the accident. The Texas jury found Coke liable for Ms. Wilson’s injuries and awarded her $14 million in actual and $10 million in punitive damages….

…s fascinating dilemma and what HR should do if confronted with it. SUGGEST AN HR AGENDA TOPIC What topics would you like HR Pro to cover in the weekly HR Agenda? Send your suggestions to jimp@bongarde.com. Or call me, Glenn Demby, at 203 653-2850…

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