When does a resignation really mean goodbye?

Three recent decisions suggest employment relationship doesn’t always come to an end

Employers often assume receiving a notice of resignation creates a clean break in the employment relationship. However, as three recent decisions from the Court of Appeal for Ontario suggest, the fact an employee has “resigned” doesn’t always mean the employment relationship has come to an end, nor that the employer is absolved from any further liability.

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