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Wrongful termination, also known as wrongful dismissal or wrongful discharge, occurs when an unjust termination violates one or more terms of the employment contract or a statute provision in Canadian employment law. Unless they have cause, Canadian companies must give employees reasonable severance pay, which is measured in months, even years.

You may be a victim of wrongful termination if your employer has terminated your employment because of your race, religion, nationality, age, sexual orientation or gender; if your employer has terminated your employment after you filed a claim of discrimination or participated in a discrimination investigation; and/or if your employer has terminated your employment without following the proper procedures outlined in the employee handbook or without giving you a proper notification.

If you have reasons to believe that you or your loved one have been wrongfully dismissed, it is important that you learn more about your rights. Lofranco Corriero has experienced lawyers who can help you obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Call us now at 1-866-LOFRANCO to learn more about your rights and/or to schedule your first free, no-obligation consultation.