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I have been with the same company for 13 years now and I recently had surgery and have been off for two weeks. Prior to my injury not work related my employer forced me to sign a document saying that he was not happy with my productivity while he was on a weeks vacation. I work for a small business ( only six of us including the boss). I think I shouldn't have signed it. My concern upon returning to work is wether or not he will try to terminate me because of my performance as of late or because I've a lot of time recently with my injury. Is any if this legal and I'm i entitled to severance if he decides to lay me off or terminate me.
What are the regulations regarding taking a full time employee and reducing them to part time hours?
I was offered employment in Ontario after an interview and was told to resume work the following week. Unfortunately I feel ill and called to let them know I was ill and they said they can take me for the job anymore.
We have employee who has been on LTD for 2.5 years. He is requesting accommodation to work only part time hours, according to doctor's note. He was a problem employee and we were going to get rid of him before he went on leave. Do we have to accommodate, or can we just say we cannot accommodate and pay him out.