Quitting for no good reason is not constructive dismissal

Employer has the right to say no if an employee attempts to alter the employment contract
By Mark Mason
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Employers aren’t liable for constructive dismissal when corporate policy decisions negatively impact individual employees.

That’s the message Tamy Beaulne received from the Alberta Court of Queens Bench in

Beaulne v. Kaverit Steel & Crane ULC