Contract was for two years but no breach for early endSecurity firm could invoke termination provision09/06/2000|Canadian Employment Law Today Is the job you’re offering open-ended in duration, or is it for a fixed length of time? Being clear about this in employment contracts can save you money when it comes to a parting of the ways. Tolsec Canada recently saved significant notice damages by proving that its employment contract with Joseph Sullivan was not for a definite term. Through his company, Lockport Security, Sullivan competed with Tolsec, installing and monitoring alarm systems. Tolsec purchased Lockport, with the buy-out agreement stipulating that Tolsec would hire Sullivan as sales manager for two years. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.