The Ontario Labour Relations Board has decided that an employee who was fired one day after complaining to the Ministry of Labour that she felt threatened by “disgruntled and aggressive clients” of her employer was entitled to damages for the retaliatory discharge…
Policies that arbitrators have found are reasonable in some other workplace, or even in most other workplaces, might not be reasonable in your own workplace. The answer will depend on the extent to which the rule or policy interferes with the particular interests of each affected employee group…
The chair of the Alberta Human Rights Commission has upheld a severance agreement that was struck between an employer and terminated employee, rendering the release valid and enforceable.
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