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Canadian Employment Law Today

May 25, 2016 Print Edition:

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‘Bullets’ comment made in heat of illegal strike not harassment

Comment and gesture made in frustration; not every inappropriate comment is harassment under employer’s policy: Arbitrator

College constructively dismisses director in restructuring of research centre

Applied research director given opportunity to create own position, but it was significantly less in scope and influence

Scope of last chance agreements

How far can an agreement go in stipulating what will result in dismissal?

Harassment complainant not happy with solution

Balancing proper discipline isn't easy

Changes cause headaches for foreign worker application

Employer’s application to Temporary Foreign Worker Program denied after interpretations of the 2014 changes made its application incomplete

No implied right to or expectation of layoffs for Ontario employer

Layoffs had no precedent until 2 months previous

Restaurant constructively dismissed executive chef after reducing his salary and role

Restaurant cut chef's pay after funding from hotel dried up

Radio announcer silenced by station restructuring

Parent company merged operations of multiple radio stations
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