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Category Archives: Resignation

What to do When Your CEO Goes Rogue: Hangout with Rudner MacDonald

Stuart and Cody on what to do when your CEO goes off the rails, creates mayhem, and nothing you do stops the downward spiral.   Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)

Termination Traps for Employees

Recently, I wrote about common mistakes that employers make in the course of dismissal. In my latest Canadian HR Law blog post, I addressed common mistakes that employees make when they are let go. This is a crucial time for individuals, as their primary source of income has been interrupted and, in many cases, their careers sidetracked. It is critical […]

Notice of Resignation – Too Much or Too Little?

In recent times, I have seen employers complain about employees resigning without sufficient notice and, ironically, I have also seen employers complain about employees giving too much notice of resignation. So what are an employer’s rights when it comes to dealing with an employee that resigns?   The common law requires that “reasonable notice” be offered by the employee when […]

Think Twice Before Quitting

In my practice, I have seen many employees inadvertently give up their rights by resigning without taking the time to obtain legal advice and understand the consequences of their actions. The reality is individuals that have potential claims for things such as constructive dismissal or harassment may put themselves in a weaker position if they simply resign without raising their […]