Acrimonious work relationship with manager didn’t warrant dismissal, but termination with compensation was reasonable solution: Federal Court
The Canada Labour Code doesn’t allow unjust dismissal. When an employee is unjustly dismissed, that employee can usually expect to return to their job with compensation for any lost income. But, sometimes, things get so bad between the employee and the employer that reinstatement isn’t a viable option — even if there wasn’t just cause to fire the employee in the first place.
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