The Factors That Determine An Appropriate Notice Period In A Wrongful Dismissal Case

May 21, 2008 by  
Category: Featured, Wrongful Termination

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The term “wrongful dismissal” is something of a misnomer. There is a perception that wrongful dismissal means that there is no justification for the decision or the person feels that the employer did not consider appropriate factors in making the decision to terminate. In fact, wrongful dismissal means that the employer failed to give the […]

Misconceptions Surrounding The Term Wrongful Dismissal.

May 20, 2008 by  
Category: Wrongful Termination

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The term “wrongful dismissal” is something of a misnomer. There is a perception that wrongful dismissal means that there is no justification for the decision or the person feels that the employer did not consider appropriate factors in making the decision to terminate. In fact, wrongful dismissal means that the employer failed to give the […]

What Is Involved When An Employee Is Terminated For Cause.

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Terminating employment with cause is a difficult threshold for the employer to meet. Typically, there are two types of cause. One is the case of serious employee misconduct such as theft or fraud or assaulting a co-worker where the conduct is so serious that the employer is entitled to summarily dismiss the employee without notice. […]

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