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Notice of layoff

Notice of an employer who, for various reasons, wishes to proceed with the temporary layoff of an employee for a period of less or more than 6 months...more

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  • The notice of layoff offered in this service should be used in the case where the employer, for various reasons, wish to terminate the employment of an employee temporarily for a period of less than six months, or permanently for a period of more than six months.
  • At the choice of the employer and from our questionnaire, the layoff may be for a period of less or more than 6 months, as needed. It should be noted that the rules are not the same for a layoff of less than six months and a layoff for more than six months.
  • For a layoff of less than six months, the employment relationship between the employer and the employee is not terminated and the employer will not have the obligation to give the employee a notice of termination or pay the latter a compensation.
  • For a layoff of more than six months, the employment relationship between the employer and the employee is terminated permanently and the employer will then have the obligation to give the employee a notice of termination; the notice period or the compensatory allowance to be paid if the notice period is insufficient, where applicable, must be determined based on the number of years of uninterrupted service completed by the employee with the employer, provided the employee is not subject to the exception provided by law concerning the delivery of such notice.
  • Our notice of layoff of less than six months is appropriate for most situations where the employer wishes to lay off an employee for a temporary period of less than six months with the intention to rehire the employee at the end of said period.
  • Our notice of layoff of more than six months is appropriate for most situations where the employer wishes to lay off an employee and terminate permanently his or her employment relationship with the company.
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