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Courts Will Not Sever Defective Termination Provisions
North v Metaswitch Networks Corporation, 2017 ONCA 790 [Metaswitch] is the latest in a series of employee-friendly appellate level decisions where a contractual termination provision is not enforced.
Canada
14 Nov 2017
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The Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies Test For Constructive Dismissal
If an employer puts a non-unionized employee on an indefinite administrative suspension with full pay but without explaining why, can this amount to a constructive dismissal?
Canada
1 Apr 2015
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Are Your Company’s Termination Provisions Enforceable?
Two Ontario Superior Court decisions once again highlight the importance of precise and explicit wording in employment contracts, particularly in respect of termination clauses.
Canada
3 Oct 2013
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When Contractors Are Considered Employees
The decision in McKee v. Reid’s Heritage Homes Ltd. sends a chilling message to employers who have long term relationships with independent contractors and believe therefore those contractors are not entitled to severance payments of any magnitude.
Canada
26 Feb 2010
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Reducing Labour Costs In Tough Times
The credit crisis and the recent downturn in the economy means many businesses are facing an economic squeeze that leads them to look for ways to save money, including reducing labour costs.
Canada
23 Feb 2009
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