Three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk
In a recent decision, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice awarded a plaintiff 14 months of reasonable notice pay despite the employee only having worked for the company for less than three years. (In PDF)
A terminated 64-year-old employee was entitled to 12 months of pay in lieu of reasonable notice, but the payment would be made after the notice period to determine the former employee’s mitigation efforts.
On December 4, 2015, an Alberta labour arbitrator decided that an employer owed a grievor $5,000 in damages for breach of privacy due to the disclosure of the employee’s presumed mental illness during the formal review of a workplace conflict.
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