You have just been let go by your employer. This is going to impact you financially and without doubt, you are in for a stressful period ahead. If they offered you Notice and Severance, it is time to take a very close look at the details. These payments represent a financial bridge until you are employed again. In order to make sure you do not leave money behind, you need to understand your legal entitlements.
- Changing Employment Terms. Can Tim Horton’s Do That? January 5, 2018
- Bill 148 – Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017. December 29, 2017
- Sick Leave December 27, 2017
Bad Faith Dismissal Common Law Entitlements Contract Workers Dependent Contractor Disability Benefits Employment Insurance ESA Experienced Employment Lawyer Family Medical Leave Federally Regulated Employees For-Cause Termination Leave of Absense Legal Fees Maternity Leave Not-For-Cause Termination notice and severance Reasonable Notice Record Of Employment Severance Pay Sham Layoffs Successful Litigation Temp Workers Terminations Unjust Dismissal Vacation Benefits Vacation Pay Willful Misconduct Wrongful Dismissal