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- Pivot, pivot, pivot! Without constructive dismissal.
Nadia Zaman here with another Rudner law employment law update. Today I’m going to talk about pivoting without constructive dismissal. Do you remember that episode of Friends where Ross buys a new couch and instead of paying the delivery fee, he decides it would be a good idea to try and carry the … Read more »
- Employment Law Updates from the Federal Sphere
Many new requirements have come into effect for Canadian employers over the last several years. For example, in 2022 alone, many employers in Ontario have had to prepare and implement new workplace policies with respect to Disconnecting from Work and the Electronic Monitoring of Employees, and emplo … Read more »
- Trying to bankrupt a company rather than pay a plaintiff the severance they seek.
Stuart Rudner here with another Rudner Law employment law update. In my practice, and especially when I’m acting as a mediator, I often hear people say that they’d rather bankrupt the company than pay the plaintiff the severance that they’re seeking. I’ve learned over the years to take that with a … Read more »
- Can I Be “Unfired”?
Can an employer dismiss an employee, then change its mind, unilaterally retract the dismissal, and require that the employee continue to work? The answer to this question is currently unfolding before the world in real time. A week ago, Elon Musk took over Twitter and immediately began to dismiss em … Read more »
- COVID-19 Vaccination Policy: To Update or Not to Update?
Do you have a COVID-19 Vaccination Policy? If yes, when was it last updated? A recent decision confirms that employers should update their COVID-19 vaccination policies as the nature of the pandemic evolves with time. Otherwise, the policy may be found unreasonable and thus unenforceable. The reason … Read more »