BUS 483 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Promissory Note, Employment Contract, Wrongful Dismissal

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E care contact centers is a payday loan business with about 100 employees in surrey, b. c. Macaraeg was hired in may 2004 and signed a contract that did not mention overtime provisions. Macaraeg was verbally told by the company that they do not pay overtime. After 30 months, she was terminated without cause with 2 weeks pay in lieu of notice. Macaraeg claimed damages for wrongful dismissal and payment for overtime wages. Case proceeding act to certify her case as a class action. The trial judge sided with her, saying it was her statutory right and is an implied term of the contract when contract is silent. Trial judge wedge concluded that the statutory overtime benefits described in the esa were implied terms of macareg"s contract of employment with e care and that this conclusion was consistent with the decisions in machtinger and.

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