The Law and Business Administration in Canada Study Set 1
An Employer Can Dismiss an Employee Who Has Done Nothing
An employer can dismiss an employee who has done nothing wrong.
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Collective bargaining is bargaining between employers and employees.
An employer that dismisses an employee can give the employee reasonable notice of termination and avoid paying damages for wrongful dismissal.
A rights dispute is one that arises between a union and an employer regarding the right of the union to act as the bargaining agent for the employees.
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