Securing your employment is something every employee wants and it is reasonable for an employee to want protection from being dismissed. In the worst case scenario, employees want to know, what legal options do I have to ensure that I am protecting myself from being terminated? Toronto Employment Lawyer, Daniel Lublin explains some valuable insight in his most recent Globe and Mail column.
Imagine being a long-tenured employee being offered a new position with another company. How can an employee protect themselves from termination during the first year? Mr. Lublin explains that leaving a long-tenured position for another company without protection is cause for concern. As an employee, you are entitled to negotiate your salary and the same applies to any other terms of your employment, including the termination language and probationary clause. There are also events where employers allow their employees to take items home from work. In the event that an employee is accused of stealing and then fired, what recourse does that employee have? Daniel Lublin offers his response by saying that you cannot steal when you have permission to take it. If this action was and is still condoned, you have options.
Read Daniel Lublin’s Globe and Mail column and full article How can I ensure I won’t be fired at a new job?