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In a recent Ontario court case, an employee told to “take a demotion or go” received $104,000 in wrongful dismissal.
In a recent Ontario case, an arbitrator upheld an employee’s termination because it was found that the employee used the Occupational Health and Safety Act‘s work refusal provisions to avoid work assignments he did not like.
This CRA document deals with whether an employer confers a benefit to an employee by paying premiums with respect to an employee assistance program. (In PDF)
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