Employment Contracts - Articles & Videos
The recent Court of Appeal decisions of Maynard v. Johnson Controls Canada LP and Nader v. University Health Network suggest that “salary” doesn’t mean base pay alone, and that the employer could be liable for other elements of compensation, including bonus payments.
Before putting pen to paper, it’s crucial to know exactly what a non-solicitation clause is about, and the consequences of agreeing to it.
In an asset purchase, the employee’s employment terminates, unless the purchaser offers the employee employment, and the employee accepts.
In this update, Stuart talks about why an otherwise valid employment contract may not be valid if the employee’s duties and responsibilities have changed – even if their title remains the same.
In this update, Stuart talks about frustration of contract – and to be clear, that doesn’t mean someone is frustrated. Frustration of a contract occurs at law when the circumstances change and it becomes impossible to fulfill.
Whether or not you can lose your job for refusing to be vaccinated, and how medical or religious exemptions factor in, will be an on-going issue for employers and their employees.