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With Cause Termination in Ontario

Termination with cause is one of the forms of termination available to employers in Ontario. This means that employers can terminate an employee without notice or payment in cases of…

Decoding Resignation in Ontario’s Employment Law

The concept of resignation in employment law is often more complex than it appears. A pivotal case that sheds light on this intricacy is Johal v Simmons da Silva LLP,…

Layoffs and Constructive Dismissal

Navigating the intricate landscape of employment law can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to layoffs and the delicate issue of constructive dismissal. In Ontario, where workers’ rights…

Mass Terminations and Severance Pay

It is always shocking when an Employer terminates a considerable number of employees in one fell swoop, and even more unsettling when you find yourself subject to a mass termination.…

 Refresh with a Complete Overview of Termination Without Cause

Termination of one’s employment can be incredibly stressful. This stress can be even further augmented when the termination is “without cause”, when employees are left confused as to why their…

Does Being Terminated Revoke my Right to my Bonus?

Employees often consider a monetary bonus to be a foundational part of their employment compensation. Employees may rely on these bonuses, and further, consider them as an essential part of…

What is “Bad Faith” in a Termination?

The term “bad faith” stems from an employer’s legal obligation to act in good faith when terminating an employment relationship. A bad faith termination is when an employer has breached…

What is “Unjust Dismissal”?

While the terms wrongful and unjust dismissal are often used interchangeably, unjust dismissal strictly applies to employees who are employed by federally regulated employers. In this blog, we discuss what…

WHAT IS A REASONABLE TERMINATION PACKAGE?

Following the termination of your employment, you may wonder if the termination package offered to you is sufficient or if you may be entitled to more. In the absence of…