12 months’ notice not enough in tough job market

Though not a manager, employee's job duties were significant and he had 20 years of service

The 12 months’ notice offered to an employee fired as part of a British Columbia company’s cutbacks is not enough because of his age, 20 years of service and poor job prospects, according to the British Columbia Supreme Court.

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