The Ontario Superior Court of Justice just decided that although an employee was constructively dismissed when he was suddenly “laid off,” the employer did not owe the employee any damages because he failed to mitigate his loss.
A recent British Columbia Supreme Court jury award has established a new Canadian high for punitive damages in an employment law case. (In PDF)
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