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Be careful how you treat long-term employees during a termination
A long-service employee was entitled to receive termination notice sufficient to bridge him to the full unreduced pension he was about to receive if not for the termination, according to a 2014 decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
A spouse is a spouse is a spouse
A recent arbitration decision from Ontario has again placed the spotlight on the definition of “spouse” with the denial of a paid bereavement leave. (In PDF)
Employer’s actions showed intention to void employment contract: constructive dismissal
When Vitran Express Canada created a new position with less responsibility for Dunstan Morgan, after nearly 25 years as a dock supervisor, Morgan believed he was being demoted, and complained of constructive dismissal.
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