When Release is signed, it's a done deal

When an employer terminates an employee who is not in a union, some termination pay is almost always due. Assuming there was not just cause for the termination the employer  can pay out the Employment Standards Act minimum payments, and hope the employee is re-employed quickly enough that they cannot claim for more pay in lieu of notice.  Or they can offer something more than just the Employment Standards Act minimums in exchange for the employee signing a full and final release.


Today I offer up a nugget of information that might save you considerable anxiety should you ever be terminated and receive a severance offer.