Following the release of the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Waksdale v. Swegon North America Inc. in June 2020, many employers are facing the realization that the termination provisions in their contracts may be unenforceable and in need of amendment, thanks to illegal for cause provisions.
reasonable notice of termination
In Vienneau v Joy Global (Canada) (2020 NBBR 76) Justice Dysart upheld the validity of the termination clause in the employment contract. Find out why.
In McKercher v Stantec Architecture (2019 SKQB 100), Justice Elson had a situation where at the time of his hiring as a staff architect, the plaintiff signed an enforceable contract limiting his notice to a maximum of 3 months.