Lior speaks with John McComb about an employee's rights on the job.
A Peterborough Transit driver was sent home without pay because she refused to drive a bus with the controversial pro-life ads, says her union – a claim that one city director has refuted. The grievance says the driver – a woman – was assigned to work overtime on April 4, the first day that pro-life ads appeared on the exterior of two buses.
CIBC outsourcing 130 jobs but is making the outgoing employees help train their replacements. Employment layer Chris Justice weighs in.
Can an employer force an employee to train the person who will soon be replacing them? Employment Lawyer Lior Samfiru joined Tasha Kheiriddin on Talk Radio AM640 to explain how such a scenario could be interpreted as a Constructive Dismissal, and why businesses should avoid this practice altogether. Listen back to the interview below!
Employment lawyer Stephen Gillman, is an associate at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP and he joins the show to explain whether or not these employees, reported to have been radicalized, have rights under the employment standards act.