Employers have very little leeway to fire you without adequate compensation. There are many legal instruments that discourage them from doing so for trivial reasons or for false and unproven accusations. Our laws inflict severe penalties on employers who pursue such allegations and then miss the mark. Ontario employees can take comfort that the law is firmly on your side in this matter.
- Changing Employment Terms. Can Tim Horton’s Do That? January 5, 2018
- Bill 148 – Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017. December 29, 2017
- Sick Leave December 27, 2017
Bad Faith Dismissal Common Law Entitlements Contract Workers Dependent Contractor Disability Benefits Employment Insurance ESA Experienced Employment Lawyer Family Medical Leave Federally Regulated Employees For-Cause Termination Leave of Absense Legal Fees Maternity Leave Not-For-Cause Termination notice and severance Reasonable Notice Record Of Employment Severance Pay Sham Layoffs Successful Litigation Temp Workers Terminations Unjust Dismissal Vacation Benefits Vacation Pay Willful Misconduct Wrongful Dismissal