In Maticevic v Bank of Montreal, the Adjudicator had to determine the damages owing to an employee who had been out of work for 29 months following an unjust dismissal. The Adjudicator found that the employee was too sick to work for about 22 months, but that he had no good excuse for the other 7 months, so he reduced the compensation by 25%.
Archives for October 2020
The pandemic has resulted in a seemingly ever-shifting landscape for Ontario employers to navigate, and there are two new legal changes of which Ontario employers and employees should be aware.
After seeing the Infectious Disease Emergency Leave (IDEL) in action for a few months, the Ministry of Labour has expanded guidance on how and when the IDEL can be used, specifically with respect to caregiving responsibilities as they relate to schools and daycares.