Canadian Employment Law Today Oct. 14, 2015
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Employer’s Bad Conduct Costs Them Punitive Damages and Solicitor-Client Costs

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Courts may award punitive damages when an employer’s behavior towards an employee was “high-handed, malicious and reprehensible”. The purpose of Read More...

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Types of Employment Contracts – Fixed Term vs. Indefinite Duration

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The distinction between fixed-term employment contracts and contracts of indefinite duration is an important one due to the great difference in the po Read More...