chapter 17 case

Chapter 17 case - intended objective standard a subjective test of performance would be the only way for an employer to determine if his employee

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James Lee Professor Devience BLW 201 Chapter 17 case Silvestri v Optus Software Inc. Facts: Silvestri signed a contract with Optus Software Inc. that clearly stated that they could fire him if he did not perform at the company’s satisfactory level. When he was fired from the company, he filed a suit against them claiming that the company’s dissatisfaction was not objectively reasonable. However, unless it is clearly stated in the contract that there was an
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Unformatted text preview: intended objective standard, a subjective test of performance would be the only way for an employer to determine if his employee is doing well. Issue: Was there a breach in the contract. Decision: Silvestri could not prove that Optus Software’s decision to fire him was not unreasonable. The court sided with Optus Software Inc....
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