Bad Faith Discharge
Wrongful dismissal damages are meant to pay a dismissed employee the compensation that would likely have been earned had he/she remained at work during their notice period. Additional damages can be sought depending on the conduct of the employer. Damages can be claimed for bad faith discharge, personal injury, mental distress, and punitive damages.
These additional damages can be classified into the following categories:
- Bad faith discharge;
- Aggravated damages;
- Intentional infliction of mental suffering;
- Punitive damages; and
- Damages for injury to reputation.
In situations where an employer’s conduct has been so extreme or harsh, employees can claim one or more of these additional grounds for damages.
Our experienced lawyers can help you claim the damages for which you are entitled. We have worked with our clients to negotiate and, where required, litigate cases involving additional damages.
Don’t leave your bad faith discharge case to chance – call Whitten & Lublin Employment & Labour Lawyers, one of the Greater Toronto Area’s most recommended employment law firms, and one of “Canada’s Top Employment Lawyers” as recognized by Canadian Lawyer Magazine.
To better understand your workplace rights and explore the viability of a bad faith discharge claim during these unprecedented times, we encourage employees and employers to seek legal advice. We at Whitten & Lublin are happy to provide insight and advice into your specific circumstances. If you are looking for employment lawyers and would like more information about what Whitten & Lublin can do for you, please contact us online or by phone at (416) 640-2667 today.
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