Of course [the defendant] was entitled to change its organization as it saw fit and to terminate the plaintiff or anyone else, subject to the law requiring proper notice. The reasons for the re-organization and the plaintiff's failure to survive it are therefore irrelevant, which makes it unnecessary to decipher the impenetrable jargon [a vice-president of the defendant] used to explain the process ("create a synergistic matrix," "de-layer," "break down silos" etc.).
Sowden v. Manulife Canada Ltd. / Manuvie Canada Ltee |
2015 CarswellBC 1043 |
British Columbia Supreme Court