Termination provisions

Is a termination provision with greater than legislative minimums unassailable?
By Tim Mitchell
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 07/23/2014

Question: If an employee signs an employment agreement with a termination provision stipulating specific notice periods and severance payments that are greater than legislative minimums, are there any circumstances where the employee could legally challenge that provision?

Answer: There are definitely pitfalls in stipulating specific notice and severance pay entitlements in employment contracts.