Employers have some leeway in changing employee duties

Employee refused new position with similar pay and responsibility after restructuring, despite having changed positions before
By Lorenzo Lisi
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 06/26/2013

Walking the line of constructive dismissal

The reality of doing business in a changing economic climate can mean companies sometimes have to make changes quickly to meet their needs and stay afloat. These changes can be relatively minor or something major such as a restructuring, which can involve moving employees around. But when employees are moved around, their jobs can change, which raises the spectre of constructive dismissal.