An Ontario court recently severely punished an employer that terminated an employee for cause without cause, which action to terminate undeservedly resulted in a criminal trial and cost the employee his reputation, marriage, and self-worth.
In this document, the CRA deals with whether a taxable benefit would arise where an employer provides an automobile allowance to and reimburses certain meals and lodging expenses of employees that agree to work at a different work location. (In PDF)
An Alberta labour arbitration case, Canada Post Corp. v. Canadian Union of Postal Workers has ruled that an employee’s derogatory and threatening Facebook postings about her supervisors justified dismissal for cause.
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