The amount of notice it is appropriate to give is tied to the length of time it will take to replace the employee
Jun 25, 2017
A change in to whom you report could be a constructive dismissal
May 27, 2017
Legally, the employer has the right to include terms that will benefit it
Apr 24, 2017
Termination by itself is not illegal, but may require severance pay
Apr 10, 2017
If an employee is faced with an ultimatum between resigning or dismissal, it will almost never be a valid resignation
Mar 22, 2017
If the motivation for differential pay grades or grade levels is in any way related to one or more of the specifically listed grounds of discrimination in provincial or federal human-rights legislation, then it is illegal
Mar 05, 2017
If a termination has any connection to an illness, even just a slim one, it is discrimination
Feb 05, 2017
If I don’t accept the relocation, do I qualify for severance?
Jan 23, 2017
If the employer asserts that no severance is payable due to poor performance, this can be challenged in court
Dec 26, 2016
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Dec 21, 2016
Daniel is a nationally recognized workplace law expert and a partner at Whitten & Lublin (www.toronto-employmentlawyer.com), where he represents both individual and corporate clients. Daniel frequently writes and appears in the media as a commentator for workplace legal issues. Since 2008, he has been named as one of Canada's top employment lawyers.