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Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 29 Jan 2021

Employee Deemed To Be Constructively Dismissed As Employer Did Not Allow Her To Work From Home

In the recent decision of An Operations Coordinator v A Facilities Management Service Provider, ADJ-00028293, Adjudication Officer Kevin Baneham…

Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 28 Jan 2021

Employment Law Coffee Break: Covid-19 update, constructive dismissal claims and pensions spotlight for employers

Amid reports of increasing unemployment, the government is pushing its initiatives to "boost skills and jobs" as it seeks to help the nation "build…

Gowling WLG | Canada | 21 Dec 2020

Ontario employers: ESA temporary layoff rules suspended until

On May 29, 2020, the province of Ontario introduced Ontario Regulation 228/20 - Infectious Disease Emergency Leave Regulation ("Regulation") under the…

DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 1 Dec 2020

Constructive Dismissal: Was a failure to return to work at the end of maternity leave an acceptance of the employer’s breach of contract?

Mrs Ure was employed by Chemcem Scotland Limited. She is the daughter of the majority shareholder of the company, Mr Beaton. While she was on…

DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 1 Dec 2020

Constructive Dismissal: Witholding salary for three days was a repudiatory breach of contract

Dr Philip Comberg was CEO of VivoPower International PLC. Following disputes with the founder of VivoPower’s parent company, and unsuccessful…

Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 27 Oct 2020

Employee Awarded €9,000 For Constructive Dismissal Due To Employer Giving A Bad Reference

It should be noted that the Respondent did not attend at the WRC hearing, using Covid-19 as his reason for not attending. Therefore, although this…

Gowling WLG | Canada | 9 Oct 2020

Supreme Court of Canada Bulletin - Appeal allowed: Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition Canada Ltd., 2020 SCC 26

On Appeal from a judgment of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal (Farrar, Bryson and Scanlan JJ.A.), 2018 NSCA 44, setting aside in part a decision of…

Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 30 Sep 2020

Employee Wins Constructive Dismissal Claim In The Labour Court Regardless Of Not Exhausting Internal Processes

Facts: The Appellant was employed by the Respondent as a training co-ordinator/instructor in 2001. The Appellant claimed that she was bullied by Ms X…

Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 29 May 2020

Significant Constructive Dismissal Decision - Award Included Financial Loss Which Occurred While Employee Unfit To Work

The Complainant was employed by the Respondent for just under 29 years. The Respondent operates a hotel/guesthouse and conference centre. The Com…

Fasken | Canada | 26 Feb 2020

Employees' right to sue for constructive dismissal

Employees should be treated with Dignity and respect. Accordingly, employers risk breaching an employment contract by condoning harassment in the…
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