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Once upon a time, there was a royal family.
The ruler of the Kingdom was a King. He had three sons,...
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My son recently came home with a joke, “What did the banana say to the judge?” First, let’s look at a 2015 Supreme Court of Canada constructive dismissal decision.
In Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission, the Supreme Court...
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The Supreme Court of Canada, in a recent unanimous decision in Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition Canada Limited, restored an award exceeding $1 million to a constructively dismissed employee.
In so doing, the Court affirmed that it remains:
… resolute in asserting that...
Many employees off work amid COVID-19 are wondering about their rights.
Employers who have curtailed operations are wondering what liabilities may be lurking if upon resuming normal operations they return some but not all employees to work.
When Can Employers Lay off...
Sometimes tensions rise in the workplace and someone storms out the door in the heat of the moment.
Other times, an employee repeatedly fails to show up for work, without providing an explanation.
Or, an employer makes the workplace so intolerable for...