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Severance 101 – Working Notice, Salary Continuance, Lump Sum Payment

Following termination from employment without cause, many British Columbia employers provide some form of severance, or pay in lieu of notice, to the dismissed employee.  However, some employers may provide working notice while others may choose salary continuance or a lump sum payout instead.  So what is the difference between working notice, salary continuance and […]

By |December 8th, 2015|Contracts, Damages, Reasonable notice|Comments Off on Severance 101 – Working Notice, Salary Continuance, Lump Sum Payment|

2015 Yeager Employment Law Christmas Tree

Dundarave Festival 2015
Introducing the 2015 Yeager Employment Law Christmas tree!
Every year the lawyers and staff at Yeager Employment Law put on winter boots and coats over our suits, and haul boxes of decorations down to the beach to decorate a Christmas tree at the annual website for a schedule of events taking place over […]

By |November 27th, 2015|Employment Law|Comments Off on 2015 Yeager Employment Law Christmas Tree|

The Duty to Mitigate – Part 2

Upon dismissal from employment, the dismissed employee owes him or herself a duty to take reasonable steps to search for similar work.  This duty was described in Part 1 of this post.  The employee is typically disappointed to learn that, in an action for wrongful dismissal, any income he or she earns in mitigation […]

By |November 20th, 2015|Employment Law|Comments Off on The Duty to Mitigate – Part 2|

The Duty to Mitigate – Part 1

Following dismissal from employment, a dismissed employee comes under a duty to mitigate his or her damages.  The duty is one that the employee owes to him or herself.  It is a duty to take reasonable steps to search for similar work to what was lost upon dismissal.  The duty springs up once the […]

By |November 20th, 2015|Mitigation, Reasonable notice|Comments Off on The Duty to Mitigate – Part 1|