HR Law Canada’s coverage this week includes:
- Why walking an employee out the door, who has done nothing wrong, might not be a great idea. This case involved HBC and a long-serving manager.
- A Nova Scotia seasonal worker was awarded $15,000 in aggravated damages and 12 months’ notice following an unpaid suspension of indeterminate length.
- A relatively short-term marketing executive for the New Zealand and Australian Lamb Company was awarded 10 months’ notice by an Ontario court.
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