Colak v. UV Systems Technology Inc. & Creative Eateries Corporation, [2007] BCCA 220

The Appeal Court ruled that termination pay owed under an employment contract was not “wages” as defined by the Employment Standards Act, and awarded 24 months termination pay under the contract. The Court also concluded that only Mr. Colak’s direct employer, and not its parent, was liable for that amount.

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