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Hi, can you be a bit more specific and clarify what this means as it pertains to my specific situation (5 weeks notice, worked with them for 9.5 years):
But if you gave them many weeks notice and they say you had to leave then they would need to pay you what notice you would be entitled to receive had they decided to dismiss you without just cause because that is just what they would be doing.
So if I give 5 weeks notice, they will either:
1. Have to keep me working until the end of the 5 weeks (with regular pay), OR
2. Ask me to leave anytime from now until the end of 5 weeks. In which case, they will either:
a. just ask me to leave without "terminating" me - they will still pay me until the end of the 5 weeks even though I will not work.
b. "terminate" me - in this case they will have to pay "termination pay" in accordance with Employment Standards Act
Is my understanding of the scenario outcomes above correct?