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Posts Tagged: notice

Reading the Fine Print

Imagine the scene: one day, just like any other, you’re sitting at your desk planning to pack up and head home soon when you are unexpectedly called into a meeting in the boardroom. You enter the boardroom to find your manager and the head of Human Resources sitting around the table. You’ve been around long enough to know what’s happening, […]


Don’t Severance Yourself Just Yet

As my recent First Reference Talks blog post discusses, it appears that the saga of judicial interpretation and consideration of termination clauses will continue, with predictably unpredictable results. The Default: Reasonable Notice of Dismissal Without Cause As regular readers will know, the common law provides that in the event of dismissal without cause, employees are entitled to “reasonable notice”. Every […]


Working through the notice period

In my latest First Reference Talks blog post, I discuss the commonly confused topic of working notice as opposed to pay in lieu of notice. Let’s begin with a point that comes as surprise to many employees and employers: there is nothing legally wrong with providing an employee with working notice of their dismissal and requiring that they continue to […]



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