Punitive Damages for Employers Business Man with fingers crossed
April 1, 2011

Employers are obligated to act in good faith and fair dealing in the course and manner with which they carry out employee dismissals. An employer’s failure to fulfill this obligation may result in the employee being awarded damages for bad faith and unfair dealing.

Wrongful Dismissal by Employer -- Employer Playing with Employee on puppet strings

Constructive Dismissal—When Resigning May Actually be Wrongful Dismissal

March 1, 2011

In constructive dismissal, an employee may be able to treat the employment contract as being at an end, which entitles the employee to notice from the Read More...

Lay-Off -- Packed Boxes

Lay-Off — a Strictly Regulated Area of Employment

February 11, 2011

What constitutes a work lay-off, how long can they last and which employers actually have the right to lay off their employees?

Notice Period

Notice Period—What are Employees Statutorily Entitled To?

January 1, 2011

An employee who has been continuously employed for three months or more in an indefinite employment contract is statutorily entitled to a minimum amou Read More...