Working notice doesn’t always work

“You are the kind of employer that employees shoot," says employee put on working notice
By Mark Mason
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Working notice can be appealing to employers who don’t have the resources to hand out the large amounts of cash that often go hand-in-hand with dismissal without cause. But the recent case of

Elg v. Stirling Doors

shows, in some cases, employers might be better off handing over the cash rather than having an employee work through a hostile notice period.