May 19, 2020

Contrary to popular opinion, any employee can be terminated at any time. Most dismissals are generally uncontestable by the employee.

Court Wrongful Dismissal

Employee’s Refusal to Accept a New Offer of Employment – Not a Failure to Mitigate

August 30, 2016

In Fillmore v. Hercules SLR Inc., the Court determined that the employer’s new offer was not a reasonable offer of employment due to the demoted pos Read More...

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Mitigation: What’s in an Age?

October 6, 2014

Dodge v. Signature Automotive Group Ltd. - After approximately 20 years of employment and at the age of 59, the employee was terminated without notice Read More...

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Duty to Mitigate: When Minimal Efforts Are Acceptable

November 1, 2011

In Systad v. Ray-Mont Logistics Canada Inc. the British Columbia Supreme Court found that an employee who underwent knee surgery two months after bein Read More...