eHealth Ontario exec steps down
From ctv.ca, the President and CEO of eHealth Ontario, Sarah Kramer, has resigned her post following allegations of wrongdoing.
As reported in the article, Kramer was initially owed over 15 months salary upon her dismissal, under her employment contract but agreed to accept a lesser figure or 10 months pay. Kramer would also have to pay back some of the money if she found another job, which is commonly referred to as “mitigation”.
For more information on the story, see the original CTV.ca article.
Daniel A. Lublin is an Employment Lawyer specializing in the law of Wrongful Dismissal and Constructive Dismissal. He can be reached at www.toronto-employmentlawyer.com or via email.