Employment terminations can be cruel, and finding a lawyer that suits your wallet, is intimidating. All termination scenarios vary from employee to employee, and finding a lawyer to counsel you every step of the way is the best advice. In the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business, Toronto employment lawyer, Daniel Lublin says dismissed employees should never sign termination documents, such as a release, without at least having them first reviewed by a lawyer.
Daniel Lublin explains this further and answers some questions from readers regarding constructive dismissals. In particular, where an employer assigns a vastly different role in a different location, what are your legal rights? Daniel Lublin explains that an employer cannot force you to take on a vastly different role in a different location. You do not have to accept the change rather; you can protest this in writing. If your employer refuses, you may have the option to sue in court for constructive dismissal.
Read Daniel Lublin’s Globe and Mail column and full article Can my company force me to take a wildly different job?