"The Challenges And Complexity Of Constructive Dismissal Law"

Stephen Moreau discusses constructive dismissal law with Legal Matters

18 January 2023
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In today's Legal Matters, Stephen Moreau discusses the law of constructive dismissal, which "is easy to state but hard to apply and understand in real-life situations.” He says that "the basic legal principle is that a constructive dismissal occurs when an employer ‘substantially’ alters the employment contract.", and digs into the recent decision of Quesnelle v. Camus Hydronics Ltd. 

A full copy of the commentary can be found HERE.

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