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Our clinic had to change the hours of operation and asked our employees if they were able to change their schedule to accommodate the new hours. 3 out of 4 employees agreed to change their hours and one of them we had to reduce her hours. The 4th employee is unable accommodate. Our only option for her is to reduce her hours and give her hours to our other employee. How do we proceed with this situation with the employee who is unable to accommodate the change?
We are an employer, our building has been sold and we are in need of a new location. My concern is do we owe our employees something for distance/relocation? If we move 20-25km for example
We recently had an employee hand in his two weeks notice. We knew he wanted to start the new position as soon as possible as it payed more money. We told him that we would not hold him back from starting his new position and could start right away. He agreed and went to the new employer. He's now telling us he wants to be payed for his two weeks notice. Is there any obligation on our behalf to do so?
Had a young employee that had worked for the company for less than one year. She handed in her written resignation giving two (2) weeks notice but when asked to come in a discuss her reasons for leaving, she became heated and stated "well, I guess I'll just leave today" - she had left the studio unattended to take care of a personal matter, but did not contact or try to contact another employee to take over in her absence. Her comment "I guess I'll leave today" was accepted by her manager. Is she entitled to any termination pay?