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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In a recent Alberta Provincial Court decision, Dunbar v. Northern Air, 2019 ABPC 179, the court reminds employers that layoff is not another word for termination despite their frequent interchangeable use in common parlance.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Bills C-44 and C-86 bring a suite of amendments that confer greater authority on the Canada Industrial Relations Board (the CIRB)
Gowling WLG
A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision reminds us that a finding of constructive dismissal by a court, does not always result in an award of damages.
Fasken
Further, even if an employee has started litigation against an employer, it is not too late to offer the employee his or her job back.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
In the recently released Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision, Gent v. Strone Inc., 2019 ONSC 155, the Court reaffirmed that an employee's duty to mitigate
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
In the recently released Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision, Gent v. Strone Inc., 2019 ONSC 155, the Court reaffirmed that an employee's duty to mitigate may well include accepting an offer of re-employment with...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Employees have a legal duty to mitigate wrongful dismissal damages by accepting an offer of re-employment with the same employer in certain circumstances.
Watson Goepel LLP
Although not always successful, increasingly, plaintiffs in employment cases are making claims for damages over and above notice damages.
Watson Goepel LLP
The court noted that the employer did not provide a reference letter to Mr. Greenlees.
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
An employer saved itself more than $100,000 in damages by offering to recall a long-time employee early on in the reasonable notice period following a constructive dismissal.
CCPartners
Businesses regularly experience ups and downs. In some cases the good and bad cycles can be predictable and in some cases a downturn is unexpected.
MacDonald & Associates
He began his career at Strone as a carpenter, and was subsequently promoted to the position of Health & Safety Training Specialist.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Patrick Essiminy, associé du groupe Emploi et travail, parle des défis en matière d'emploi entourant la légalisation imminente du cannabis au Canada.
Stringer LLP
An increasingly common theme in wrongful dismissal actions are employee claims that an employer's allegedly heavy-handed and insensitive management constitutes a constructive dismissal.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
On October 25, 2018, the Government of BC released the long anticipated Part 3 Report concerning proposed changes to the Labour Relations Code of BC.
Cassels
As employers are likely aware, terminating the employment of an employee who is absent from work for a prolonged period due to disability is a thorny issue.
McMillan LLP
A recent decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal[1] serves as an important reminder to employers that termination obligations, even for very short-term employees, can be significant.
CCPartners
You have read in this space about recent cases where the language and enforceability of an executed Release has been called into question, including whether a Release covered claims...
Collins Barrow National Incorporated
There are numerous components that go into valuing the assets of an active business. In simplified terms, those components can be characterized as the value of normalized discretionary cash flow...
Miller Thomson LLP
Many employers face the need to downsize from time to time.
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Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Bills C-44 and C-86 bring a suite of amendments that confer greater authority on the Canada Industrial Relations Board (the CIRB)
Watson Goepel LLP
Although not always successful, increasingly, plaintiffs in employment cases are making claims for damages over and above notice damages.
MacDonald & Associates
He began his career at Strone as a carpenter, and was subsequently promoted to the position of Health & Safety Training Specialist.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In a recent Alberta Provincial Court decision, Dunbar v. Northern Air, 2019 ABPC 179, the court reminds employers that layoff is not another word for termination despite their frequent interchangeable use in common parlance.
Stringer LLP
An increasingly common theme in wrongful dismissal actions are employee claims that an employer's allegedly heavy-handed and insensitive management constitutes a constructive dismissal.
Watson Goepel LLP
The court noted that the employer did not provide a reference letter to Mr. Greenlees.
CCPartners
Businesses regularly experience ups and downs. In some cases the good and bad cycles can be predictable and in some cases a downturn is unexpected.
Fasken
Further, even if an employee has started litigation against an employer, it is not too late to offer the employee his or her job back.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
In the recently released Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision, Gent v. Strone Inc., 2019 ONSC 155, the Court reaffirmed that an employee's duty to mitigate
Gowling WLG
A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision reminds us that a finding of constructive dismissal by a court, does not always result in an award of damages.
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