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    May 02, 2010

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    Natalie

    The employment contract is a prerequisite to obtaining an LMO and work permit, but what happens when the worker arrives in Canada and the employment contract is altered by the employer? For example, what if the employer stated in the contract that pay would be based on 40 hours per week, but the worker is only getting 30 hours per week? Is this simply governed by employment law principles, or is there immigration law that applies as well? I am assuming that a change in function (ex: from receptionist to housekeeper) is not a fundamental breach going to the root of the contract.

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