Computer store worker awarded back pay, employer awarded rent moneyWhen the facts of a case aren’t clear, and there is no solid evidence, courts sometimes will have to make a best guess to resolve a dispute09/14/2005|Canadian Employment Law Today When the facts of a case aren’t clear, and there is no solid evidence, courts sometimes will have to make a best guess to resolve a dispute. That’s exactly what happened in the case of a disgruntled computer store worker.Keyvan Javadi moved from Toronto to London, Ont., in the fall of 2002 to take a position with Microkool Computers. He said he was paid from Dec. 1, 2002, to Jan. 26, 2003, but was underpaid from Sept. 17 to Dec. 1 and not paid at all from Jan. 27 until he left the company in March.He said his hourly wage was supposed to be $15 but he was only paid $7 and was therefore owed the balance. He would not have left a job in Toronto that paid $9.50 per hour to move to London for a lower rate of pay, he said. 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.