Return to work webcasts from the
The end of deemed IDEL:
Avoiding Constructive Dismissal
In this Webcast:
Allison Taylor, Counsel at Stringer LLP, will discuss:
- The implications of the end of IDEL and the lifting of the hold on deemed terminations of employees laid off because of the pandemic
- Review of the caselaw on whether employees laid off as a result of the pandemic are constructively dismissed under the common law
- Whether employees can claim that requiring them to return to the office is a constructive dismissal
- Questions from the audience at the 2022 Ontario Employment Law Conference
After 2 1/2 years and several extensions, the COVID-19 period ended and employees on deemed IDEL need to be recalled back to work. If you have staff on deemed IDEL you need to think about how to treat them. At the recent Ontario Employment Law Conference, Allison Taylor reviewed the implications of the end of the COVID-19 period and deemed IDEL, focusing on constructive dismissal claims and location of work.
What you need to know about the end of deemed IDEL
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