Latest developments in calculating reasonable notice

Latest developments in calculating reasonable notice

Terminations can be difficult terrain for even the most experienced HR professional, and the risks of getting it wrong can be significant. Understanding what constitutes reasonable notice and other factors that affect fair employee termination is essential for HR leaders. 

If an employee is dismissed without cause and given insufficient reasonable notice, employers may be vulnerable to potentially contentious litigation. During these uncertain times, where jobs are difficult to find, the risks associated with terminating an employee can be even more challenging to navigate.

Learn more about Termination, Severance, and Reasonable notice in this free whitepaper from BlueJ Legal. Harness artificial intelligence and data analytics to reduce risks and make confident offers to exiting employees.

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  • Factors in determining reasonable notice 
  • Impact of economic conditions on notice periods
  • The difference in reasonable notice awards across provinces

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