Saving clause to the rescue?

Ontario court decision shows that employers should rely on sound drafting of their employment agreements first

Saving clause to the rescue?

The Ontario Court of Appeal has dealt a significant blow to the utility of “saving clauses” to salvage drafting errors when the termination provision of an employment contract is not compliant with employment standards legislation. Rossman v. Canadian Solar Inc. confirms that there is no substitute for the proper drafting of employment contracts.

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