Many Ontario employers think they’re saving money by copying an employment contract off the internet or hiring employees without one. What many believe to be a clever move soon realize it may have been a penny wise, but a pound foolish. A well written employment contract, as most might have guessed, often conveys significant advantages to employers. On the other hand, the absence of an employment contract or a poorly drafted one, often entitles terminated employees to significant common law notice periods.
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