California court: poisoning coworker was outside scope of employment, employer not vicariously liable
Montague et al. v. AMN Healthcare, Inc., No. D063385 (Cal. Ct. App. Feb. 21, 2014).
Employee's pornography viewing at work not linked to recognized disability; dismissal upheld by arbitrator
Interior Health Authority (South Similkameen Health Centre) and Hospital Employees' Union, (R.P. Discharge)  B.C.C.A.A.A. No. 44 (Kate Young)
"Is Excessive Internet Use Time Theft?" (May 16, 2012) is the subject of the latest HR Space bulletin from law firm Faskens. It was written by Hadiya J. Roderique.
The bulletin discusses a labour arbitration award and a decision of the Public Service Labour Relations Board, that were both issued in late 2011:
- Andrews v. Deputy Head (Department of Citizenship and Immigration) 2011 PSLRB 100 (August 2011); and
- Health Sciences Association of British Columbia v. Health Employers' Association of British Columbia  B.C.C.A.A.A. No. 125 (Glass)