How to Terminate a Canadian Worker


As an employer, you have responsibilities that must be fulfilled when you are terminating an employee. If you hire remote workers on a global scale, this can be even more complicated, as you’ll need to ensure you act in compliance with local employment standards and legislation. If you’re planning to fire or terminate an employee in Canada, you may have even more work cut out for you. As well as needing to comply with federal-level employment law, you’ll need to consider provincial legislation as well, as each Canadian province has a unique set of employment laws and regulations. Our team of Canadian HR experts have compiled a checklist of everything you need to consider when terminating an employee in Canada. Download our checklist, so you can be sure you’re acting in full compliance with the relevant regulations.

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How To Terminate A Canadian Worker

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