SMS Equipment is an international manufacturer of heavy equipment used in construction, forestry and mining. This week, 28 workers were laid off, bringing the total number of workers laid off in the last six months. SMS layoffs compound the greater damage to the regional economy caused by layoffs in the oil and gas and related industries sectors. While the federal government is unable to control the global price of oil, Unifor is pushing them to make strategic investments to help the sector cope with falling prices while maintaining employment levels. Great diaper, salary and opportunity to work on some of the coolest devices The case involved a single mother of two children under the age of six who was a welder in rotating shifts. The children`s father did not provide childcare and the employee had no other family nearby. When she had to work at night, the employee took care of her children herself because she could not afford to take care of her children and slept little. A great place to work for a number of reasons. First of all, the payment is very nice. They certainly won`t fight to pay the bills. Then, the management team is innovative and forward-looking. Finally, safety is of the utmost importance.

The health and well-being of employees is always a top priority. The Auditor General of Ontario finds glaring deficiencies in retirement. • upon receipt of the employee`s agreement, open a dialogue with the staff concerned to determine if they are willing to help facilitate the desired accommodation; • develop company-wide accommodation policies, with a reasonable approach to legitimate childcare and elderly care obligations, with flexibility rather than rigidities in setting timetables and other agreements; Bell Canada is removing the contraction of wireless Internet. Long Post 28-28 may feature bonuses and incentives for pensions For more information, please contact: SMS Equipment Inc. Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, Local 707, 2015 ABQB 162 (Alta). Q.B.). • Moore v. British Columbia (Education), 2012 SCC 61 (s.C.C.). • United Nurses of Alberta v. Alberta Health Services, 2019 ABQB 255 (Alta.

Q.B.). Rhonda B. Levy is a Knowledge Management Counsel at Littler LLP in Toronto. She can be reached at (647) 256-4545 or [email protected] Barry Kuretzky is a partner at Littler LLP in Toronto….