Last blog added on Friday, September 24th, 2021

Information About De Bousquet PC Employment Law Blog

Recent Posts

Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog De Bousquet PC Employment Law Blog. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!

  • How much is a Good Severance Package?

    TLDR: It’s complicated. Long answer: It is a commonly held belief that you calculate an employee’s Common Law Notice (commonly referred to as severance, though that has a separate legal meaning) as one month’s salary for each completed year of service. This belief is incorrect. Common-Law Notice is … Read more »

  • Have You Been Temporarily Laid Off Due to COVID? We Might Be Able to Help

    The last year and a half have brought pain and suffering for many. Whether it was losing your job, falling ill, or just adjusting to the harsh reality that is the new “normal,” we have all struggled. This is especially true for those people who have been laid off due to the repeated shutdowns, emerg … Read more »

  • What Happens if My Employer Ends My Employment Contract Early?

    You are likely entitled to compensation and/or damages. How much depends on the type of contract. There are two types of employment contracts. Indefinite Term – This is the most common type. The length of the contract is indefinite; it will continue until either the employee or employer ends it. Mos … Read more »

  • How to Protect Yourself When Hiring a Home Renovation Contractor

    Planning for a home renovation is an exciting milestone in one’s life. However, it can turn into a great source of stress both financially and mentally if it is not planned well. Despite the substantial financial burden that comes with starting a renovation project, the decision-making process is of … Read more »

  • Preventing Discrimination Based on Genetic Information

    We live in a time of rapid technological advancements, and that includes the field of biotechnology. As services that provide commercial genetic screening become more widespread and affordable, peoples’ genetic information is becoming more accessible. This information includes genetic predisposition … Read more »