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Employees Behaving Badly: Just Cause Termination for Conduct Outside the Workplace

Canada - January 7 2019 Dismissing an employee with cause (where no notice or pay in lieu of notice is given) is rarely justified at law, particularly for conduct outside of...


Employers’ Duty of Good Faith and the Enforceability of Deemed Resignations

Canada - October 19 2018 In Jonasson v. Nexen, 2018 ABQB 598, a major energy company was judged to have acted in bad faith by seeking to rely upon a deemed resignation clause...