DAMIR MOLLNAR AND MICHAEL NARVERY WANT THEIR MONEY. The two men worked at Senova, an upscale Italian restaurant in Vancouver, for a total of 13 years. They want the money they earned but never got during all those years.
SAME WORK. SAME PAY. NO BRAINER. NOT YET. That’s why the 900 workers at the Saskatchewan Co-op operations in Saskatoon walked off the job on November 1 and were still there when this was written on January 23—84 days later.
THE GRINCH IS ALL TOO REAL FOR INJURED WORKERS IN ONTARIO. The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) steals their Christmas from them just like the cartoon character. But, there is no happy ending for injured workers. The meanness of the WSIB lasts year after year. But the workers remain unbowed.
JUAN SERVANTES WAS DETERMINED TO MAKE 'EM PAY. When Domino's Pizza didn't he complained. It got him fired. He complained some more. It finally got him the $28,144.55 he always said the fast food giant owed him.
DAVID DOOREY WANTS TO LOCK UP BAD BOSSES. The associate professor of Work Law and Industrial Relations at York University says it just might get them to treat their employees better. Nothing else seems to.
THE WESTJET MYSTIQUE IS GOING DOWN IN FLAMES. Their claim to being a workers’ paradise is dead. Their pilots are ready to strike. Their flight attendants and ticket agents are battling hard with the company to win themselves union representation. None of this fits the Westjet mystique..