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  • Roe v. BC Ferries: A trifling theft is still a theft

    … the matter. The take away for both employees and employers is that a trifling theft is nonetheless a theft. All employees, particularly those at the management level, are expected to respect their employer’s property and not treat it as their own. The post Roe v. BC Ferries: A trifling theft is still a theft appeared first on . …

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  • Messaging key when new CEO comes onboard: AdvocateDaily.com

    … Messaging key when new CEO comes onboard AdvocateDaily.com A new CEO hired to turn around an underperforming company may be intent on bringing change to the organization — but in doing so, they may find themselves accused of intimidation and bullying, Vancouver employment lawyer Richard Johnson tells Succession Planning, a special supplement…

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