Julius Melnitzer | February 5, 2021
A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court suggests that federally-regulated employers will be held to the same strict rules as their provincial counterparts in ensuring that termination provisions comply with minimum employment standards.
“The decision in Sager v. TFI International Inc. extends courts’ pro-employee interpretation of termination clauses in the context of minimum standards legislation to the federal sphere,” says Kyle Lambert, a litigation partner in McMillan LLP’s Toronto office.
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