A municipal employee claimed he was wrongfully dismissed by his employer, but the municipality claimed that no notice was required because he was hired only on a temporary basis until a permanent replacement could be found. Who was right?
In WSIB Decision 1180/14, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal of Ontario found that a proposed return to work plan for an employee was not adequate because it involved work that was neither suitable nor productive.
The Federal Court has confirmed the the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal’s ruling in Johnstone that childcare obligations do fall within family status, and subsequently on September 12, 2014, the tribunal amended its remedy…
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