Ontario employers may be surprised to know that termination with just cause come with two standards – the common law standard and the statutory standard. We break down some of the factors in our latest blog post.
Letting an employee go is never as straightforward as it seems. Below find three steps you should take to protect your business when terminating an employee.
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An employee argued that he was constructively dismissed when another individual was hired to replace him as president of a newly amalgamated division at the company.
Terminations for cause must meet a high threshold to be effective. It is often easier, and sometimes cheaper, to dismiss an employee without cause and pay the accompanying severance rather than alleging cause and defending the allegation in court. In the case of Schultz v. Canada Lands Company CLC Limited, 2019 ONSC 2124, the employer […]