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Take A Break: Court Of Appeal Rules That Employee's Rescinded Resignation Still Interrupted Length Of Employment
The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a trial decision and found that when an employee resigned from employment
Canada
11 Oct 2019
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That's Great! Arbitrator Decides That New PEL Provisions Do Not Apply In Light Of "Greater Right Or Benefit".
In 2018 the former Liberal provincial government passed Bill-148 into law, changing an array of legislation on which workplaces were run. One such amendment was new entitlements to Personal Emergency Leave (PEL) ...
Canada
10 Sep 2018
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Bad Workplace Investigation Leads To Potential Bad Faith Lawsuit
In 2014 the Supreme Court of Canada recognized a legal obligation to perform contracts in good faith. In 2016, that principle is being applied in an ongoing Ontario Court action.
Canada
22 Jun 2016
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Coming Back To Bite You In The Butt: Wrongful Dismissal Claim Thrown Out Where Butt-Dials Revealed Employee Working For Personal Business On Company Time
It is an unwritten and implied term of every employment contract that an employee owes a duty of fidelity and loyalty to their employer.
Canada
3 May 2016
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Commercial Contracts Include Implied Duty To Act In Good Faith Says Canada’s Top Court
A seven justice panel of the Supreme Court of Canada released a unanimous decision that contract law implies a duty of good faith that requires parties to perform their contractual obligations honestly.
Canada
23 Nov 2014
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