Constructive Dismissal means, unless consented to by the Participant, any action that constitutes constructive dismissal of the Participant, including without limiting the generality of the foregoing:
Examples of Constructive Dismissal in a sentence
Tests for Constructive Dismissal: Claims for constructive dismissals are generally based upon two tests: (1) the contract test, and (2) the reasonableness test.
More Definitions of Constructive Dismissal
Constructive Dismissal means a material change, as determined on a case by case basis after the occurrence of a Change of Control and having regard for, among other things, the duties and responsibilities of, and compensation payable to, the Participant both prior and subsequent to the Change of Control, in the terms and conditions of the Participant's employment by the Corporation (or a Subsidiary, as applicable) which is adverse to the Participant's interests and is not agreed to by the Participant and which results in the Participant's constructive dismissal as determined by the common law;
Constructive Dismissal means the occurrence of a material diminution in title and/or duties, responsibilities or authority or the implementation of a requirement that Executive relocate from his present city of residence provided that, such term shall not include:
Constructive Dismissal means the occurrence or omission of any event or course of events which would constitute, pursuant to the laws (including the common law) of the Province of Alberta then in effect, constructive dismissal of the Executive as an employee or officer of the Corporation and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, shall include the occurrence of any of the following without the Executive's consent (except in connection with the termination of the employment of the Executive for Just Cause, Death or Permanent Disability):