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#342  Oct 25, 2019    email version


Can the company reassign the employee after he/she returns to work from a work-related injury?


One of the company's employees returned to work from a work-related injury. However, such employee was identified with a grade 8 disability and was unable to perform the original work. Is it legal for the company to transfer such employee's job and apply the salary of a new position (the salary of new position is lower than that of the old one)? What is the legal basis?

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