Employees are entitled to reasonable notice or compensation unless the employer has just cause. Just cause is often difficult to prove and an employee who tries to prove just cause where none exists could suffer adverse results. This article presented at a Law Society of Upper Canada employment law conference highlights the law in this area.
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