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Last year, we blogged on a particularly frustrating decision of the Ontario Superior Court which held that the otherwise legally enforceable termin...
Just cause terminations are often referred to as “capital punishment” in the Employment and Labour Law world. This is owing to the fact...
In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Rahman v Cannon Design Architecture Inc., 2021 ONSC 5961, the Court distinguished ...
The Court of Appeal of Manitoba recently confirmed that there is no common law duty on an employer to investigate prior to terminating an employee ...
Compensation arrangements can vary drastically from sector to sector and even within businesses. This is particularly the case in sales positions w...
In an earlier blog post, we wrote about an Ontario decision in which the defendant employer’s conduct repudiated what otherwise might have be...
Less than three weeks ago, the Employers’ Edge blog wrote about the recent decision in Taylor v. Hanley Hospitality Inc., where the Ontario S...
In a decision that seems – at first blush – counterintuitive, Ontario’s Divisional Court recently decided that the severance prov...
The COVID-19 pandemic has obviously impacted and impeded the way in which businesses can operate. More specifically, through various lockdown...
Following Iriotakis v. Peninsula Employment Services Limited, 2021 ONSC 998, a decision we wrote about in March, the Supreme Court of British Colum...
In our earlier blog, we shared various termination best practices which would both help ensure that an employee exits the organization smoothly and...
Regular subscribers to the Employers’ Edge blog will have read about the downfall of a seemingly endless stream of termination provisions in ...
While not all employment relationships end as badly as the title of this article, they all, eventually, end. Where the employer makes the cho...
In what may be the first of many COVID-19 related constructive dismissal claims in Ontario, the Superior Court of Justice determined that employees...
The plot surrounding the attempted elimination of the longstanding unofficial 24-month cap on reasonable notice continues to thicken.
In recent yea...
By now you’ve read enough of our blogs to commit the common law reasonable notice of termination “Bardal” factors to memory: char...
A recent Ontario Superior Court decision, acts as a successor to the earlier Yee v Hudson’s Bay Company, 2021 ONSC 387 decision that we wrote...
In Yee v Hudson’s Bay Company, 2021 ONSC 387, an Ontario Court issued a ruling in what may seem like a very standard case of reasonable notic...
A recent Supreme Court of Canada (the “Court”) decision reinforced the employer’s duty of good faith and honesty in all contractu...
A recent New Brunswick Court of Appeal decision underlined the significance of alleging cause at the time of the termination, not after.
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