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Substantial Wrongful Dismissal Claim Deflated by Employee’s Failure to Mitigate

Canada - May 30 2019 Employees have a legal duty to mitigate wrongful dismissal damages by accepting an offer of re-employment with the same employer in certain...

Form and Substance: Mass Termination and Working Notice Requirements Clarified by Ontario Court of Appeal

Canada - April 5 2019 A number of high profile store and plant closure announcements have put the spotlight on challenges gripping the retail and manufacturing sectors in...

Pay Transparency Act Consultations to Give Employers a Say on Prospective Reporting Requirements

United Kingdom - March 8 2019 The Provincial Government has launched public consultations to solicit views on proposed regulatory requirements under the Pay Transparency Act, 2018...

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Mass Termination and Working Notice Requirements Clarified by Ontario Court of Appeal

Canada - January 14 2019 A recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal has clarified employers’ notice obligations in the event of business closure, particularly with...

Double Bonus: Court Sides with Employer on Bonus Entitlement, Calculation Appeals

Canada - December 18 2018 Employers are often vexed by bonus entitlement and calculation issues when weighing termination decisions and defending claims for wrongful dismissal...