The employer moved for a permanent injunction restraining an employee from committing alleged breaches of non-competition and non-solicitation.
If the terminated employee sues for wrongful dismissal and the judge finds the employer did not have just cause, the employer may be ordered to pay da Read More...
The Superior Court and Court of Appeal considered the wrongful dismissal claim of a contractor who later became an employee.
Employers may provide less compensation to an employee who works reduced hours due to a disability, without violating the Ontario Human Rights Code.
The Ontario Divisional Court clarified an employers’ duty to accommodate employees where there is frustration of contract.
Due to a significant decision recently released by the Ontario Court of Appeal, your employment agreements will likely need to be re-drafted.
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.
We used to be puzzled over the matter of dress codes at work. Now, the often fraught matter of appearance at work must consider “body art” as well Read More...