Employee afraid of change not constructively dismissed: ArbitratorEmployee had other job offer and was looking to get something before leaving03/18/2015|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 01/04/2019 An Ontario employee was not constructively dismissed when she left for another job after her employer proposed a new assistant and future review of her employment terms, an arbitrator has ruled.Crystal R. (C.R.), 35, was the manager of a Sirens clothing store in Kitchener, Ont., owned and operated by YM Incorporated. In 2011, she gave notice to the company that she had accepted an offer of employment with a competitor for a higher salary. Sirens responded by offering to match that salary if she stayed with Sirens. she accepted and stayed on to manage the store.C.R. signed a new employment contract on July 5, 2011, that stipulated a salary of $35,800 plus monthly bonuses and a guarantee that her income would be “a minimum of $45,000 for each year provided you are still employed at YM Incorporated.” The monthly bonuses were payable if she was employed at the end of each month. 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.