The Honourable Mr. Justice Randall Scott Echlin, Superior Court of Justice (Ontario) and Matthew L.O. Certosimo
Turn to this work when you need to assess whether marginal behaviour merits the severity of the impact of alleging just cause. This resource sets out the principles and legal concepts within each head of cause, the relevant case law and bullet-point summaries of factors considered by most courts.
- General principles – governing concepts such as "just cause", after-acquired cause, condonation and the probationary employee
- Grounds – from neglect of duty to incompetence and disobedience
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