The Rudner Law Podcast
The New Normal? COVID-19, Workplace Harassment, and Mental Health

The New Normal? COVID-19, Workplace Harassment, and Mental Health

September 27, 2021

Denise Koster returns to Fire Away to talk about how COVID and remote work have changed how we see and deal with workplace harassment and mental health.

Hosted by Brittany Taylor, Partner at Rudner Law.


Fire Away - Diversity and Inclusion in Today’s Workplaces

Fire Away - Diversity and Inclusion in Today’s Workplaces

January 11, 2021

Stuart is joined by Michael Bach, Founder and CEO of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, David Lahey, Founder of Predictive Success Corporation, and Veronica Utton, Facilitator/Talent Optimizer with Predictive Success Corporation and Managing Director of V. Utton & Associates.

We’re going to be having a discussion about diversity and inclusion in the workplace, what that means in today’s sometimes virtual workplaces and around the holidays, and what employers can, or should, actually be doing.

Original air date: December 15th, 2020.


Fire Away - Social Media and the Hiring Process

Fire Away - Social Media and the Hiring Process

January 28, 2020

In this episode of the Rudner Law Q&A series Fire Away, Stuart is joined by Greg Vertelman of The Talent Company Inc. to talk about social media and how or if employers should be using it during the recruitment/hiring process.

Original air-date: January 21 2020


Rudner Law Video Update: The Hiring Process and Citizenship

Rudner Law Video Update: The Hiring Process and Citizenship

November 5, 2019

In this video update, Stuart talks about whether employers can ask applicants where they're from, whether they are Canadian citizens, or other things related to personal and confidential matters.


Fire Away Q&A Series, Question 6: Discrimination

Fire Away Q&A Series, Question 6: Discrimination

November 5, 2019

In August's episode of Fire Away, Stuart tackled some of our viewers' top HR and Employment Law questions.

Question 6: What can an employee do when they feel they are being discriminated against? What if an email was sent to the manager but the response was “it’s all in your head”?


Fire Away Q&A Series, Question 4: Interview Questions

Fire Away Q&A Series, Question 4: Interview Questions

October 17, 2019

In August's episode of Fire Away, Stuart tackled some of our viewers' top HR and Employment Law questions.

Question 4: I was in a job interview where they asked me if I had any medical issues or if I had children. Is that legal? What should I do?


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