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The liabilities of vendor and purchaser for employee entitlements upon termination can become a major issue in negotiating the sale of a business. Section 64 governs statutory severance pay, which is payable only to an employee severed without cause, as defined, who has five or more...

With our aging workforce, there is an increasing need to terminate more senior employees in order to make room for younger, new entrants to the workforce. As has been discussed in other posts, whether an employee has been wrongfully dismissed is dependent on the amount...

Temporary laying off an employee in Ontario often occurs in the context of seasonal businesses that required a reduced headcount during slow times of year or businesses that are in general decline. Rather than paying our full severance obligations to an employee, as required on...

A report has been recently published in the National Post that Lowes, a large home improvement retailer will be closing up to 31 stores in Ontario. Employment terminations are sure to result from these store closures. Before signing a Release, ensure you consult with an employment lawyer...