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My Business is Suffering: Can I Change Employee Compensation Schemes in an Attempt to Save the Business?

Employee compensation is one of the most fundamental aspects of an employment contract. In most cases, a fundamental change in an employment contract would result in damages if litigated by the employee. An employee subject … Read More

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Q&A: Independent Contractor Rights

QUESTION #1 2 days after I submitted a written request for my 1st Quarter 2015 performance based compensation I was fired for no reason at all.  They told me “you are an independent contractor, so … Read More

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Breaching unwritten terms in employment contracts can be constructive dismissal

In a recent case from British Columbia, the BC Court of Appeal confirmed the lower court’s judgment that failing to pay an employee their annual bonus can be constructive dismissal, even if the bonus was … Read More

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