Information About Guelph Employment Law Blog
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- New Employment Contract Contains Enough Variance From Existing One to Render it Void
Losing a job can be a complicated process to navigate. In addition to the financial stress, individuals may be confused and unaware of their rights upon termination, such as how much payment in lieu of notice is available to them and whether their employment agreement or length of service with the e … Read more »
- Misconduct in the Workplace can Impact Those in Charge
Mistreatment in the workplace is not taken lightly and often forms the basis of wrongful dismissal and harassment or discrimination claims. In some situations, individuals who have been subjected to workplace harassment or bullying may receive damages. However, such behaviour can impact an employer … Read more »
- Can the Revocation of a Work Vehicle Amount to Constructive Dismissal?
As an employee, having access to a reliable vehicle through their employer for work-related purposes can be a great benefit, particularly if the job requires extensive travel or requires a bigger vehicle. However, there may come a time when an employer is no longer willing to provide a work vehicle … Read more »
- When Court Questions Credibility, a Summary Trial is Not Appropriate
For many Canadians, temporary layoffs are an unfortunate reality of the workplace. However, knowing that there will be a job to return to can provide peace of mind and minimize the urgency in needing to find alternative employment. For some, a permanent layoff or termination may be inevitable. If a … Read more »