Special Feature: Beware the 'inducement increase' when recruiting a new employee

Recent decision highlights area of potential additional hindrance for employers

Special Feature: Beware the 'inducement increase' when recruiting a new employee

The competition for hiring top talent in Canada is fiery hot. Headhunters are struggling to keep up with demand as employers offer overly generous compensation and benefit packages.

However, HR teams are urged to take precaution, as organizations may be taking on additional liability when new employees discover their new employment doesn’t work out.

Download this special feature from Sherrard Kuzz and learn from Shahram Younesi’s inducement case with Kaz Minerals.

Sign up now to access the full article and gain insight into:

  • Enforcing a clear termination clause on an employment agreement
  • Mitigating risk and providing certainty to an employer during resignation

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