Severance Pay

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Severance Pay

As an employee, you must charge the employer to meet the minimum standards established by the Employment Standards Act that must be analyzed by the employee before signing the employment contract to avoid future problems after the resignation.

According to labor law, when an employee has his employment contract terminated, he must receive his severance payment. Therefore, the employer must pay this amount of severance pay on what would have been your next payday or seven days after the termination of your contract.

In severance pay cases, the judge will assess the employment contract signed by both parties in addition to the situation provided for in the labor legislation. If the judge judges that you should receive compensation, he will also calculate the payment you should receive.

Labor laws are often confusing and complicated. At Juzkiw Law Firm, we can advise you on your employment rights and ensure that your severance pay is paid. Call us today for more information – 416-221-2221

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