In Canada, constructive dismissal can be raised in one of two ways. The first instance occurs when an employer’s single act violates an essential term of an employee’s employment contract. The second occurs when a series of actions that, when combined, demonstrate the employer’s intention to breach the employment contract and no longer abide by it. If you believe the actions of your employer may amount to constructive dismissal and are seeking legal advice, please contact Toronto employment lawyers, Sultan Lawyers at 416-214-5111 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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