The Ontario Superior Court confirms frustration of contract “occurs as a matter of law” and does not require an act of the employer to trigger it.
Once upon a time we puzzled over the matter of dress codes at work. Now, the often fraught matter of appearance at work must consider “body art”.
The Court of Appeal decided that an employee has the right to unilaterally revoke a notice of resignation due to changing circumstances.
The Court of Appeal released a decision supporting a motion judge’s decision to dismiss a teacher’s claim for constructive dismissal.
A wrongfully dismissed employee failed to mitigate his damages when he refused a recall to employment from temporary layoff.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice awarded a former employee $170,117.84 in damages for unjust dismissal in Headley v. City of Toronto.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that a constructively dismissed employee was entitled to the compensation he would have received.
The Ontario Superior Court considered if an employee’s failure to return to work after disability benefits were denied amounted to a resignation.