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We are pleased to share a recent Benefits Canada article, “Employers can’t rely on original termination clauses when employee responsibilities increase: court,” with quotes from George Avraam. A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision upheld a motion judge’s award of over $400,000 to an employee on the basis of the changed substratum doctrine. The case involved a unique set of facts where an executive-level employee’s job changed without a formal promotion.

Click here to view the article (originally published in Benefits Canada) and read our blog post further discussing the case here.