The law of resignation is often misunderstood. In order to be a true resignation, the employee must actually and unequivocally resign. Often it is difficult to accuse an employee of having resigned, especially when she has not been given notice that her actions will be treated as a resignation.
In a recent British Columbia case, Koos v. A & A Custom Contact Brokers, this is exactly what ooccurred.
Here is my write up of the case, published in the Metro News.
Daniel A. Lublin is a partner at Whitten & Lublin LLP, which is a law firm providing employers and employees with employment law representation and advocacy.
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