What constitutes wrongful dismissal in BC?

In British Columbia, an employer can dismiss any employee they choose so long as the reason does not violate human rights or employment-related legislation and (unless the employee was fired for “cause”) the employee receives adequate notice of dismissal or severance. If you were fired without notice, severance or cause, you may have been wrongfully dismissed.


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