The ever-expanding duty of good faith

Recent changes to the law make a difference when terminating employment
By Ian Campbell and Steven Rosenhek
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 02/22/2016

It is well-established that employers owe a duty of good faith towards employees, especially when it comes terminating an employment relationship. The scope of this duty continues to expand. In order to avoid being accused of negotiating or dealing with employees in bad faith, employers need to be aware of recent changes in the law.

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