You are entitled to common law severance if you are terminated without cause, even if you do not have a written employment agreement.
All employees are entitled to common law severance, unless there is an enforceable clause in their employment contract that stipulates that they are not entitled to common law notice.
Common law severance is calculated with reference to factors including age, the character of employment, length of service, and availability of similar employment.
Landy Marr Kats LLP lawyers have significant experience in obtaining common law severance for clients. If you have been terminated, regardless of whether or not you have a written employment agreement, our lawyers can help you seek compensation for termination.
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