• Richard Weighs in on Court’s Response to Burger King Firing (AdvocateDaily.com)

    … Firing over fast food meal leads to rare aggravated damages award AdvocateDaily.com (by April Cunningham, Associate Editor) Richard Johnson shares his perspective on the recent wrongful dismissal win by the former Burger King employee fired for taking a meal from her employer. Read the full article here. The post Richard Weighs in on Court’s Response to Burger King Firing (AdvocateDaily.com) appeared first on . …

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  • Employer Forum Recap: Recruitment and Hiring

    … contract”. A dependent contractor is economically dependent on one employer, works exclusively for one employer, and may be entitled to reasonable notice upon termination of the working relationship. Read Trevor’s blog post on a recent court decision out of Ontario here to learn more. Constructive Dismissal. Constructive dismissal occurs when…

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  • Messaging key when new CEO comes onboard: AdvocateDaily.com

    … Messaging key when new CEO comes onboard AdvocateDaily.com A new CEO hired to turn around an underperforming company may be intent on bringing change to the organization — but in doing so, they may find themselves accused of intimidation and bullying, Vancouver employment lawyer Richard Johnson tells Succession Planning, a special supplement…

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