Knowledge of pay rates wasn’t confidential, so it didn’t breach duty06/11/2003|Canadian Employment Law Today Gertz v. Meda  O.J. No. 24 (O.S.C.)Ralph Gertz worked for Meda, a company which contracted workers to Chrysler Canada. Gertz brought a wrongful dismissal claim against Meda. Meda counterclaimed, alleging that in his dealings with a rival company Gertz breached his fiduciary duty to Meda. Gertz wrote a memo to Meda’s management in May 1994 detailing his concerns with morale among Meda’s contracted workers at Chrysler. He suggested a number of changes affecting pay, holidays and employee premium programs to better the situation. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.