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I came to work monday this week, and out of no where they said that scheduling isn't working, and they didn't know where my heads at. That being said they said we can either part companies or take a huge paycut and continue employment. There was no other conversations leading up to this and they said I would have full support of training for 1 year. Needless to say 8 months later here we are!
Do I provide letter or notice to employer if I believe I have constructive dismissal case changes to hours 8 to 10 hour shifts & from Monday - Friday 8-4pm to 1-11 pm Friday after been off on LTD for 24 months. I have been employed for 24 year
Can someone be fired with cause for blurting out profanity during a conference call, while thinking they were on mute but were not? The profanity had nothing to do with the call, but instead was directed at a driver during an episode of road rage during the call.
I informed my employer at the time of the interview that I was having health problems and reminded them three more times after that after three months I have taken off three days dude to this with doctor notes provided. I have heard that they will be trying to turminturminate my employment is this allowed?
I was dismissed for a job 13 years ago and fought against it through the Ontario Human Rights tribunal for discrimination. This was the wrong way of fighting the case for myself. I recently found out that what may have caused the issues from the past was PTSD. It was a Professional Firefighters position. My local union failed me on representation. Can I still fight this case against them for PTSD and what are my chances of winning?