I have recently had the honour of being nominated for the LexisNexis Top 25 Labor and Employment Law Blogs of 2011. Despite even LexisNexis spelling “labour” incorrectly, I feel quite humbled and privileged to be included on the list.
My Shameless Plug
Now for my shameless plug – LexisNexis is inviting readers to visit their site and vote on the nominations to determine who will be on the final list. Every comment posted on their Labour and Employment Law Community page (where the nominees are listed) counts as a vote. It takes less than a minute to post the comment.
At the very least, it’s a great excuse to see what other employment law blogs are out there – most are US based, so it’s an opportunity to expand beyond the Canadian market.
End of shameless plug. To anyone who does post a comment as a vote, thank you very much.
Excellent Canadian Blogs
The LexisNexis list focuses on the US, but there are a number of excellent Canadian blogs that I read regularly and should have made the list:
- Stuart Rudner’s Canadian HR Blog
- Donna Seale’s Human Rights in the Workplace
- Gabriel Granatstein’s Quebec Labour Law
- Michael Fitzgibbon’s Thoughts from a Management Lawyer
- David Doorey’s Workplace Law Blog
- Greg Gowe’s Canadian Workplace Law
- Dan Michaluk’s All About Information
- David Fraser’s Canadian Privacy Law Blog
- the First Reference Blog
…and many more that I know I have inadvertently missed. Feel free to email me if you think I should have added another to this list.
SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 UPDATE:
Thank you to everyone who kindly took the time to nominate my blog. I’m happy to announce that the blog was selected as one of the LexisNexis Top 25 Labor & Employment Law Blogs of 2011. I appreciate the support and remain humbled to be included on the list.
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