Thursday, October 28, 2010
Can you be fired from your job for off-duty conduct?
Under Canadian law you can have your employment terminated for actions that you do outside the workplace. For example this can happens if a company feels its reputation has been damaged by your behavior or you make disparaging remarks about your employer on the internet. One has to be careful outside the workplace or your past actions may come back to haunt you. I have attached a link below to an article written by Toronto lawyer Daniel Lublin discussing this issue, see: