Suspension Can Be Constructive Dismissal

Posted by Johannes Schenk on December 19th, 2016 — Posted in Employment Law, Human Rights Law, Labour Law, Uncategorized

Source: Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission – SCC Cases (Lexum)

concerns the suspension of an employee. The employer’s handling of the suspension resulted in a constructive dismissal. In determining a remedy, the Court did not reduce the notice period by pension payment amounts.

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