Lior and Brian discuss a bus driver’s opposition to pro-life ads. Also, a nurse penalized over social media post, and marijuana legalization
According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, 70 per cent of disability costs in the workplace are attributed to mental illness, and one-third of short and long-term disability claims are related to mental health problems.
Lior speaks with John McComb about an employee's rights on the job.
A Peterborough Transit driver was sent home without pay because she refused to drive a bus with the controversial pro-life ads, says her union – a claim that one city director has refuted. The grievance says the driver – a woman – was assigned to work overtime on April 4, the first day that pro-life ads appeared on the exterior of two buses.
CIBC outsourcing 130 jobs but is making the outgoing employees help train their replacements. Employment layer Chris Justice weighs in.