Employee wins back unilateral pay cuts (Legal view)

By staying on the job, employee was mitigating his losses

With a new company president poised to reduce operating costs, Lorenzo Russo saw the writing on the wall. As the long-time warehouse manager at Toronto-based candy manufacturer Kerr Bros., Russo was paid more than $100,000, a salary considered excessive by his new boss.

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