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In wrongful dismissal matters, the court’s determination of reasonable notice is based on a holistic analysis of the affected employee’...
A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice provides a stern lesson for employers who terminate someone’s employment without...
In what may be the first of many COVID-19 related constructive dismissal claims in Ontario, the Superior Court of Justice determined that employees...
This has been a common theme in recent months for the Employer’s Edge, but once again, an employer’s contractual termination language h...
By now you’ve read enough of our blogs to commit the common law reasonable notice of termination “Bardal” factors to memory: char...
Although uncommon, from time to time employers may find themselves dealing with job abandonment. As the very recent decision of Hettrick v Triple F...
As many employers know, just cause is a difficult standard to meet, regardless of the jurisdiction under which you fall, or the forum in which the ...
A common argument that arises between employers and employees is one of “resignation vs dismissal”. This is especially true where...
Facts In English v Manulife Financial Corporation, the Court of Appeal overturned the motion judge’s finding (previously blogged on by CCPart...
Last June CCP blogged about the risks employers face when they bring suspect counter-claims and make allegations of just cause that they can’...
As you may know, the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) has specific provisions governing an employee’s minimum entitlements ...
In English v Manulife Financial Corporation, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice considered whether an employee who has voluntarily resigned may ...
In the recent case of Benjamin v. Cascades Canada ULC, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that an employee had failed to reasonably mitigat...
In a recent decision, the British Colombia Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of a long-service employee following a series of confidentiality brea...
In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, two plaintiffs were each awarded wrongful dismissal damages in the amount of 26 mont...
It may not measure up to damage awards you’ll find south of the border but a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has s...
A recent decision by Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench has provided support for employers who act swiftly in terminating an employee who...
A properly drafted employment contract that determines an employee’s entitlements upon termination can reduce the likelihood of protracted li...
In a recent decision, Arbitrator Slotnick commended the employer for taking a hard line against sexual harassment but also criticized the employer ...
A recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal stands as a reminder to employees that not all breaches of contract by the employer are sufficient...
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