When the non-profit Nova Scotia advocacy group the Black Educators Association terminated Rachel Brothers for alleged fraud and performance issues after less than a year, it wasn’t expecting to expose its own substantial failures of management and policy.
The Ontario Labour Relations Board decided that an employee was in fact constructively dismissed and entitled to termination pay when the employer repeatedly failed to pay the employee on her regular pay day.
Despite performing an adequate search for records and properly withholding information, an employer failed to meet its duty to assist a former employee with an access request under FIPPA…
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