- After a heated disagreement with your boss, you write a memo...
If your good judgment lapses, then make sure it remains professional. To let management know just how you feel about their organizational skill, employees should know that the courts care about how you do it. Consider what may happen in the cases of:Read more
In a constructive dismissal, attempts to force an employee to give up their job, such as designation of diminished responsibilities, reducing the employee’s status, and imposing a significant reduction in pay and benefits result in a termination of employment. In Canada dismissal without just cause required reasonable compensation, and in the wake...Read more
Wrongful dismissal is often confusing to recently dismissed employees who believe they have an automatic right to sue. The reality is that the employer is entitled to dismiss the employee if their services are no longer required for reasons based on economic necessity. However, in all Provinces, there are at least two remedial...Read more