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    • 14 / 06 / 17
       

      Management duty to accommodate pursuant to legal obligations related to health and safety in the workplace

      During July 2005, Montréal Gateway Terminals (« MGT ») established a policy requiring mandatory use of safety helmets for truck drivers having access to the terminals it operates in the Port of Montreal. Three truck drivers of the Sikh faith, working for private companies, asked to be exempted from the application of this policy on the grounds that their religious beliefs didn’t allow them to wear a safety helmet over their turban. 

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      The Court of Appeal rules on the constitutionality of certain provisions dealing with pay equity

      On October 12, 2016, the Court of Appeal rendered a highly-awaited decision on the constitutionality of the legislative scheme relating to the maintenance of pay equity implemented by the Act to Amend the Pay Equity Act (2009).

       

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    • 14 / 06 / 17
       

      Employee fails to show up at medical assessment: Who should pay?

      The Company filed two employer grievances, claiming reimbursement from the Union of expert costs it was forced to assume for two (2) employees, after they both failed to attend a scheduled medical assessment. The first employee arrived late at her scheduled appointment. The second employee notified the Employer on the same day that he would be absent, stating solely that he was unable to attend as he had not received his salary insurance benefits.

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    Ann Sophie Del Vecchio

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    Ann Sophie Del Vecchio

    Ann Sophie Del Vecchio is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at the Université de Montréal. Prior to her joining Loranger Marcoux in 2007, she served articles and practiced law with the Quebec Human Rights Tribunal.

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