On-Demand Webcast: To Pay or Not to Pay: The Termination Debate over Bonuses, Commissions, Stock Options and Pensions

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Starts:01/15/2018 8:00 AM

Ends:01/15/2056 8:00 AM

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Termination packages can be very costly for companies, especially when high-level employees who are entitled to bonuses, commissions, stock options and other forms of remuneration are involved. Gain insight into the steps that can be taken to potentially limit the quantity of termination packages and learn the language you should include in employment contracts that will restrict expensive forms of remuneration in termination packages.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand general employee rights on termination
  • Examine how bonuses, commissions, stock options and pension plans are typically addressed by the courts
  • Identify measures that can be implemented to address bonuses, commissions, stock options and pension plans in termination packages
  • Hear about common pitfalls to avoid


Speaker bio(s)

Speaker Nav Bhandal

Nav Bhandal, Lawyer

Nav Bhandal is an associate in the Labour & Employment practice group of Keyser Mason Ball, LLP. He advises employers on all areas of employment law.

Nav assists employers with preparing and reviewing employment agreements, handbooks, employment policies and severance agreements; representing companies in wrongful dismissal complaints and other litigation, including human rights, labour relations, Ministry of Labour and Canada Labour Code disputes; and providing advice on progressive discipline and termination issues, union certification drives, compliance with Provincial and Federal employment-related legislation, and employment issues applicable to corporate transactions. He also conducts workplace investigations in the areas of harassment, discrimination and bullying.

Nav has appeared before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ministry of Labour and grievance arbitration.

‚Äč Nav speaks at client and industry conferences on employment law issues, such as terminations, union organizing, human rights and attendance management. He also writes articles for legal and human resources publications, and has appeared in the media.


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