Delay in paying statutory entitlement, unenforceable termination provision, unfounded allegations all part of employer’s bad-faith conduct
A British Columbia company’s “vindictive and malicious” handling of a worker’s dismissal means it must pay $60,000 in aggravated and punitive damages on top of unpaid wages and pay in lieu of notice, the B.C. Supreme Court has ruled.
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