Reasonable notice of dismissal should reflect New Brunswick worker's full term of service, not just time spent working full-time: court
It’s not uncommon for a worker to join a company on a part-time basis before moving to a full-time position. But should that period of part-time work be treated differently when determining that worker’s notice of termination? Not according to a New Brunswick court that recently determined a worker’s service time for the purposes of calculating the reasonable notice period should include the worker’s entire unbroken period of employment that started with a few years of part-time work before progressing to more than a decade of full-time work.
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