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I am working in a financial institution for number of years, recently under investigation for transferring some points to a 3rd party loyalty program to my personal account. Employer tracked my IP address for last two years when i log-in my own bank account. The IP address from online banking matches with the IP address when i registered loyalty program. The monetary damage to employer is less than $500 CAD. Can my employer use personal info provided by 3rd party program provider (name, address, email and IP address) to accuse me in this case?
I had surgery last year for colon cancer while on STD at the end of my 6 months on I received call from my manager that I have been terminated because my STD had expired. Also, that I wasn't entitled to severance pay. I worked for this for 32 years without any infractions and I am 62yrs old. I didn't sign anything, simply receive a call from my manager asking for my cell phone, laptop and I D badge back. I suspect my rights were violated but I don't know law. Please advise me and thanks in advance.
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Hello, Due to covid19,in our dept of 12 people, we alternatively working from home, that mean in a sub-dept of four, two work from home and two work in office alternatively. my back up person (my manager) works from home everyday, that mean I have to work everyday. the other two teammates don't cover for me. is this consider a constructive dismissal if I don't agree, I have been there almost 30 years but still hold a junior position. Thank you.