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What are an employee's legal options when facing discrimination at work? Richard Johnson explains in the final installment of his three-part series for Transition magazine (Disability Alliance BC).

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"For mission-driven businesses, these alternative forms of organizing provide an opportunity to better communicate their commitment to society and to the natural environment in a world where everybody claims to be 'green' and 'good.'" ‪#‎BCorp‬

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We love this millenial's perspective on being a B: "B-Corps are disrupting the idea that you have to choose between doing good and doing well."

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In a piece out today, Trevor Thomas speaks to Human Resources Management Canada's Nicola Middlemiss about why employers need to consider human rights laws when posting job ads.

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"Doing good is simply good for business." Another inspiring story from a Canadian B Corp, Goodfood cofounder explains the widespread benefits, internally and externally, to becoming a B Corp.

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This is not the first condemnation of the billable hour we've read, but it's one of the best. "Succeeding at a firm turns into a race to the bottom of quality of life." Great insights from Ontario lawyer Allison Speigel.

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This Globe piece on BC's purpose-driven businesses has some nice shout-outs to our fellow B Corps, Traction on Demand and Mills - and a great photo of our friend Michelle at Mills!

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Great examples of "sustainable employment". We particularly like the idea of employers hosting support groups, workshops and webinars where co-workers can share their experiences and coping strategies.

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Richard Johnson's latest Top 10 List is out! Read his top 10 workplace law tips for BC employers here...

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Great piece from Forbes.com about unlimited vacation policies. "People work when work needs to be done, from wherever they are." Completely agree.
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