B.C. company calls employee’s bluff, accepts resignation

Employee claimed he didn’t want to resign, but had been saying for months he would and told owner and team members he did

B.C. company calls employee’s bluff, accepts resignation

A British Columbia company did not wrongfully dismiss a manager who said for months that he would resign if his business proposal was rejected and acted as if he had resigned when the proposal was rejected, the B.C. Supreme Court has found.

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