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Canadian Employment Law Today

Sep 30, 2015 Print Edition:

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Bonus entitlement during reasonable notice period

2 Ontario cases show differing circumstances where bonuses can and don’t have to be paid to terminated employees

B.C. church must pay pastor more than $80,000 for wrongful dismissal

‘Ad hoc’ committees, performance evaluations leading to dismissal weren’t in church by-laws; manner of dismissal was insensitive

Failure to file internal harassment complaint: Is the employer off the hook?

Determining the duty to investigate and dealing with potential workplace harassment

Is salary and bonus information confidential?

Can employees reveal their compensation information to other employees?

Dismissing an employee in B.C.: Common law vs. employment standards legislation

Two regimes in B.C. provide different routes to cover common law and employment standards requirements

Employee’s exaggeration of injury not the same as faking it: Arbitrator

Employee thought there could be a fracture so was being cautious; no reason to risk job for time off, says arbitrator

Two job offers but no job for paramedic

Paramedic was offered full-time job once he finished college program, then received another offer shortly before he graduated
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