Denied or Cut Off Long Term Disability Benefits or CPP Disability? Unable to Work?

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If you’ve been let go from your job and decide to file a claim for wrongful dismissal against your former employer, you must remember that you have a duty to mitigate your damages following your dismissal. What this means is that you have an obligation to look for and obtain new, comparable employment, which would ultimately work towards putting you in the same position you would have been in but for the dismissal.

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You’ve just been demoted, been advised that your pay is going to be significantly reduced, or another change to your job description has been implemented that completely alters your day-to-day tasks as an employee – what are your rights and what do you need to know in order to protect yourself?

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People often think discrimination applies only to racial and ethnic differences, but as DBM always advises our clients, the BC Human Rights Code covers much more than that.

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I think I was let go from my job unfairly. What rights do I have?

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The vast majority of employers in BC treat their employees with respect, and value their contribution to the success of the business. Unfortunately, there are exceptions. At DBM, we have represented clients who have faced discrimination or have had their human rights abused in the workplace.

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Congratulations on the new member of your family. Here are 4 things every employee (and employer) should know about maternity and parental Leave.

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