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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|

Reasonable Notice Jumps From 8 Weeks to 18 Months

Junior-level employees limited to minimum reasonable notice
Until the last few years, reasonable notice for dismissal cases has been disproportionately determined by reference to the character of employment.  This referred to an employee’s hierarchical position within a company or the labour force in general. Reasonable notice between junior and senior levels varied wildly, with entry-level positions scraping the bottom […]

By |May 19th, 2015|Character of employment, Employee rights, Oral contract, Reasonable notice, Wrongful dismissal|Comments Off on Reasonable Notice Jumps From 8 Weeks to 18 Months|