The Ontario Superior Court of Justice found that an employer constructively dismissed an employee after requiring the employee to perform several extra functions in addition to his job description without even providing a raise.
An Alberta employer had no right to access a retired employee’s personal email messages, despite the employee leaving the web-based email service open on a corporate laptop and neglecting to change his password. In doing so, the employer violated the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA).
A recent Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench decision confirmed an employee’s obligation to prove an employer knew (or ought to have known) about his or her disability in order to establish discriminatory treatment. (In PDF)
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