Injured B.C. worker dismissed for being unable to meet job requirements

Injured B.C. worker dismissed for being unable to meet job requirements

Worker’s medical restrictions prevented him from performing regular job; not qualified for any possible accommodated positions

Laid-off B.C. worker gets 22 months’ pay — minus CERB

Temporary layoff that became permanent was constructive dismissal; damage award replaced lost income, making CERB an extra benefit that should be deducted

Laid-off B.C. worker gets 22 months’ pay — minus CERB

Ontario’s court debate over COVID layoffs and constructive dismissal

Is infectious disease emergency leave a constructive dismissal in court? Two Ontario judges say yes, but a third says no

Ontario’s court debate over COVID layoffs and constructive dismissal

Ontario court overturns dismissal of worker’s constructive dismissal claim

Tribunal found that worker couldn’t sue for harassment that caused psychological injury, but also denied constructive dismissal action

Ontario court overturns dismissal of worker’s constructive dismissal claim

Unable to prove or disprove harassment complaint

What are an employer’s legal obligations when an employee complains of harassment that an investigation cannot prove or disprove?

Unable to prove or disprove harassment complaint

Work refusal due to hazard outside workplace

Can an employee who has to come to the physical workplace make a work refusal because of a hazard that isn’t in the workplace, but is one that they believe makes their commute dangerous, such as driving conditions?

Work refusal due to hazard outside workplace