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The case of an employer who requested an independent medical examination of its employee
The Ontario Human Right’s Tribunal made a recent decision that supports an employer’s request for an employee to undergo a second medical opinion from an independent medical examiner to support an accommodation request.
Labour Relations Board found termination of employee to not be justified
The Ontario Labour Relations Board held that a worker’s comment “I guess I’d have to kill you” did not amount to wilful misconduct, disobedience or neglect of duty.
27 months of reasonable notice after 40 years of service
The Ontario Superior Court of justice concluded after considering the Bardal factors that an employee was entitled to 27 months of common law reasonable notice following his termination. The court noted that notice beyond 24 months was…
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