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When working notice of termination does not work

Canada - October 10 2017 Faced with the prospect of significant severance obligations, an employer may choose to give an employee working notice of termination to reduce...

Unmasking the Veil of Privilege in Workplace Investigations

Canada - July 10 2017 There is a growing prevalence of workplace investigations in today's legal landscape. Conventionally, employers have conducted investigations for two...

Employer's Alert - May 2017

Canada - May 30 2017 A constructive dismissal is said to occur when a substantialfundamental term of employment is altered, such that the employer evidences an intention...

Departing employees gone rogue

Canada - April 25 2017 Sophisticated information technology systems are rapidly taking over the modern workplace. With the advent of remote access, cloud-based storage...

One cannot both breach and benefit - employer precluded from relying on termination clause it breached

Canada - February 8 2017 Employers are often advised to act cautiously when dismissing employees, particularly when those employees are subject to enforceable termination...