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Constructive dismissal

Terms by Conduct

The contract between employer and employee falls into the category of “commercial contracts”, but Courts have given the employment contract a particularly humane twist. Just like any other relationship between individuals, the relationship between “master and servant”, or employer and employee, changes constantly – even though the written terms may never be explicitly changed.
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By |July 3rd, 2015|Constructive dismissal, Contracts, New contract, Oral contract|Comments Off on Terms by Conduct|

Basics of Constructive Dismissal

A different kind of wrongful dismissal
Constructive dismissal is an area of employment law that is highly technical.  It requires specific legal expertise to understand and resolve. Many constructive dismissal cases fall apart in trial because the plaintiff did not have the knowledge or support required to prove his or her case. The plaintiff may […]

Small changes to complicated contracts…

… can have a big impact.
Employment contracts can be long, complicated documents which may confuse many employees. What you see isn’t necessarily what you get. Actions involving dismissal and breach of employment contract require a careful examination of not only the language in the employment contract, but the intention behind those words. The exact meaning of the […]

By |December 14th, 2012|Breach of contract, Contracts, Contractual notice, New contract, Wrongful dismissal|Comments Off on Small changes to complicated contracts…|

Are you unknowingly condoning changes to your employment contract?

If your employer makes changes to your employment contract that you don’t agree with, should you speak up? Remaining silent and continuing to work may forfeit your chances to sue for constructive dismissal. You only have a limited time to voice your objections or take action. Failing to do so in time implies that you agree with, or […]

By |November 8th, 2012|Compensation plan, Constructive dismissal, Contracts, Employment Law, Medical leave, Wrongful dismissal|Comments Off on Are you unknowingly condoning changes to your employment contract?|