Can a plaintiff be demoted and his salary frozen where there was an agreement that there would be no salary freeze?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Chapman v. Bank of Nova Scotia, 2007 CanLII 18732 (ON SC):

In Cole v. Dresser Canada Ltd.[5], the plaintiff was demoted and his salary frozen where there had been an agreement that it there would be no salary freeze.

In Lynch v. Mac Carter Ltd.[6], the plaintiff was not paid a 10% bonus when it was found that this was an integral part of his employment contract.

In Nerada v. Hobart Canada Inc[7]., the withdrawal of use of a company vehicle was found to be a breach of an agreed term of the employment contract and of significant value to the plaintiff in the context of the overall contract.

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