N-1.1 - Act respecting labour standards

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83. An employer who does not give the notice prescribed by section 82, or who gives insufficient notice, must pay the employee a compensatory indemnity equal to his regular wage excluding overtime for a period equal to the period or remaining period of notice to which he was entitled.
The indemnity must be paid at the time the employment is terminated or at the time the employee is laid off for a period expected to last more than six months, or at the end of a period of six months after a layoff of indeterminate length, or a layoff expected to last less than six months but which exceeds that period.
The indemnity to be paid to an employee remunerated in whole or in part by commission is established from the average of his weekly wage, calculated from the complete periods of pay in the three months preceding the termination of his employment or his layoff.
1979, c. 45, s. 83; 1990, c. 73, s. 36; 2002, c. 80, s. 48.
83. An employer who does not give the notice prescribed by section 82, or who gives insufficient notice, must pay the employee a compensatory indemnity equal to his regular wage excluding overtime for a period equal to the period or remaining period of notice to which he was entitled.
The indemnity must be paid at the time the employment is terminated or at the time the employee is laid off for a period expected to last more than six months, or at the end of a period of six months after a layoff of indeterminate length, or a layoff expected to last less than six months but which exceeds that period.
The indemnity to be paid to an employee remunerated mainly by commission is established from the average of his weekly wage, calculated from the complete periods of pay in the three months preceding the termination of his employment or his layoff.
1979, c. 45, s. 83; 1990, c. 73, s. 36.
83. Except in the case of grave fault of the employee or of a fortuitous event, an employer failing to give such prior notice must pay to the employee, at the time his employment terminates, a compensatory indemnity equal to the employee’s wages for a period equal to the period of the prior notice.
1979, c. 45, s. 83.