Category: Wrongful resignation

Reviewing a Severance Package: What to Expect from an Employment Lawyer

By , March 7, 2018 12:26 pm

You have just been terminated. You have been given a week or so to accept a severance package but you don’t know if it is fair. That is where we come in. We Tell You Whether Your Termination Package is Fair We only do employment law and we review 100s of severance packages each year. Continue Reading…

How much notice of resignation should I give my employer?

By , June 15, 2016 12:01 pm

Did you know that an employee is required to provide “reasonable” notice of resignation (unless you agree to a different notice period in an employment contract)? If you fail to do so, your former employer can sue you and a judge can order you to pay the employer damages. A recent Ontario Superior Court case examines Continue Reading…

Should You See an Employment Lawyer About that Issue?

By , February 23, 2016 10:00 am

We often receive calls from individuals wondering whether it is worth spending the money to see an employment lawyer.  Sometimes this is because the employee has been fired and received a termination letter and the employee wants to know if the amount is fair.  Other times it is because an employee has been offer a Continue Reading…

How to Get Paid After Resignation

By , August 12, 2015 3:40 pm

Recently, The Globe and Mail reported that the former President of UBC, Arvind Gupta, who stepped down from his position last week, will receive his full annual salary while on leave next school year. Mr. Gupta’s resignation and the payment he will receive reveals how some employees may be entitled to compensation after resigning their Continue Reading…

Leaving Your Job: The Dos and Don’ts of Resigning.

By , March 6, 2014 9:33 am

Are you considering resigning?  Do you know how much notice to give your employer? Do you know that your employer could sue you for failing to give enough notice? Reasonable Notice of Resignation Most employees believe that there is a legal requirement to give an employer two weeks’ notice when ending the employment relationship. However, Continue Reading…

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