Uniserve Communications Corp. v. Schmidt, [2013] C.L.A.D. No. 344

Our client, CEO of Uniserve, made a successful claim under the Canada Labour Code for termination and severance pay on the grounds that the monies he received from his employer following his dismissal were for subsequent consulting work and did not represent the amounts owed to him under the Code. The employer appealed this award and the Referee appointed by the Minister of Labour to consider the appeal upheld the original decision in our client’s favour.

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