Over the past few months, we have received many questions from concerned employees about changes to their jobs. Some have experienced reductions in hours, others have had their pay cut, others are being asked to complete new or different tasks.
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Wrongful Dismissal Update: Judge Upholds Just Cause Termination for a 30 Year Employee Who Touched a Co-Workers Buttock
Judge Upholds Just Cause Termination for a 30 Year Employee Who Touched a Co-Workers Buttock
This blog discusses five things you should know to be treated fairly and with respect and dignity in the workplace.
A recent case, Headley v. City of Toronto, 2019 ONSC 4496, shows that alleging just cause for termination for a long-service employee can be a risky and costly strategy.
Two recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decisions shed light on what types of termination clauses will be upheld and which will be deemed unenforceable.
This legal saga which started almost 12 years ago, demonstrates the legal uncertainty that is associated with employment litigation in Ontario.