In Hetherington v Sask Liquor & Gaming Authority (2020 SKQB 110), Mitchell J. had a situation where the plaintiff worked for 19 years for the Sask govt, then quit and worked for another employer for 29 months, then returned to the Sask govt and 10 years later was laid off at age 65.
Decision Tree Analysis is simply a process of analyzing an issue on the basis of a step by step basis while applying the principles of probability. In its simplest terms think of a coin flip. Every time you flip a coin, there is a 50% probability that it will come up heads.
Right now employment lawyers are talking, debating and especially ZOOMING about various employment issues that have arisen since this pandemic started.