65-year-old B.C. worker entitled to 18 months’ reasonable notice, but awarded 16 months’ pay due to lack of mitigation, remaining notice period
A British Columbia worker deserves 18 months’ pay in lieu of notice for wrongful dismissal, but he will actually get two months less because he failed to mitigate his damages and could still find work before the ongoing notice period ends, the B.C. Supreme Court has ruled.
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