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  • Manner of Dismissal Matters: A Case of Sexual HarassmentFebruary 21, 2018

    The manner of dismissal may lead to significantly more costs in damages in any event, and, in particular as will be discussed here, when intersected with human rights issues. In the event that a human rights claim is successful, damages will be awarded to remedy the wrong that took place, whether or … Read more »

  • Termination Clauses and Constructive Dismissal ClaimsFebruary 21, 2018

    When an employer unilaterally changes an essential term of the employment contract, the only remedy in employment law would be for an employee to claim constructive dismissal. What this means is that the employer imposed a change that made it reasonable for an employee to resign, which for all inten … Read more »

  • Unjust Dismissal and Adjudication Under the Canada Labour CodeFebruary 21, 2018

    Just cause may be established by a progressive discipline (verbal warning, written warning and then termination, for example), or for a single incident of misconduct. For a single act, the misconduct must cause a fundamental breakdown of the relationship between the employee and the employer. This m … Read more »

  • Vote for Whitten & Lublin!February 20, 2018

    Whitten & Lublin PC is honoured to be nominated again for the Canadian HR Reporter’s 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards! To help us be the best service provider for Employment and Labour Law, for the 3rd time in a row, please take a moment to VOTE for us: Click here to vote!   Voting runs until March 19, 2 … Read more »

  • Workplace Harassment and Intentional Infliction of Nervous Shock DamagesFebruary 16, 2018

    When claiming the tort of intentional infliction of nervous shock against an individual, it must be proven that the act was intentional and that there was mental and/or physical suffering. It does not matter, however, if there was an intention to cause intentional infliction or nervous shock. There … Read more »