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Category Archives: Constructive Dismissal

An Employer’s Right when Making Changes to the Employment Relationship

At it’s very core, the employment contract is a very simple one: an individual agrees to work, and the employer agrees to pay them for their effort. Of course, as I explain in my recent First Reference Talks blog post, if everything were that simple, then employment lawyers like myself would not have very much to do. In addition to […]

Refusing to Relocate: Just Cause for Dismissal?

It is not uncommon for an organization to move their offices, or to “transfer” an employee from one location to another. As discussed in our recent First Reference Talks blog post, sometimes, the move is across the street, while other moves are across the country or farther. What happens if an employee refuses to relocate? As we have discussed in […]

Deconstructing constructive dismissal

What is Constructive Dismissal, anyway? What you do if your employer suddenly slashes your compensation package by 40 per cent? Or if you are unexpectedly advised that from now on, you will be reporting to the person you hired and trained last year? Or you will now be required to be in the office every day, rather than working from […]