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Ontario Court Rules That ESA Temporary Layoff May Still Result In Constructive Dismissal
An Ontario Court has ruled that even in cases where an employer has complied with the temporary layoff provisions of the ESA, the layoff does not protect the employer from a successful claim in constructive dismissal...
Canada
22 Sep 2016
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Enforcing Contracts: The Importance Of Careful Implementation
In Simpson v Global Warranty, the issue was the application of a specific termination clause in an employment contract where the employer violated the contract in the course of the termination.
Canada
30 Jan 2015
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Criminal Sentence For Unauthorized Access Of Former Co-Worker’s E-Mail Reduced On Appeal
A terminated employee was convicted of "Mischief to Data" and "Unauthorized use of a Computer" contrary to the "Criminal Code" after he remotely accessed a former co-worker’s e-mail without her authorization and forwarded several e-mails to his personal account.
Canada
26 Mar 2014
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One Month Per Year Formula Applied, and No Cap On Termination Notice Periods: Ontario Court
A judge rejects the one-month-per-year rule of thumb for calculating termination notice periods, but then applies it.
Canada
17 Dec 2012
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Hip Replacement Surgery And Recovery Time Were Factors In Termination, Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Rules
Employers should proceed cautiously in terminating the employment of an employee that they know will be imminently undergoing a major medical procedure and requiring time off work.
Canada
4 Sep 2012
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Employee Denied Damages For Failure To Return To Work When Called Back
Earl Chevalier was employed by Active Green + Ross for 33 years and was a service centre manager for 18 of those years.
Canada
17 Aug 2012
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Stalking Colleagues In Germany - A Reason For Dismissal Without Notice?
The German Federal Labour Court recently addressed the issue whether stalking colleagues can justify a dismissal without notice.
Germany
 
20 May 2012
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