Workplace Romances & Their Consequences | Canadian Justice
Canadian Justice • 22m
Christine speaks with Ronald S. Minken from Minken Employment Lawyers, and Mackenzie Irwin, a Lawyer at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP, to discuss the legalities surrounding workplace romances in Canada and how both employees and employers can protect themselves against liabilities.
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