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I have a part time receptionist - over a few years I've let

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I have a part time receptionist - over a few years I've let her go a couple of times and she's quit a couple of times. She is at the forefront of activities of my hotel - she has attitude every other day and she stirs up trouble among other employees. Every day I dread her arrival. How much notice must I give her and what are my grounds. (She once quit on me in the middle of a 200 person convention and yet I can't get rid of her? Or can I?)
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Debra replied 1 year ago.

Since the last time that she came back how long has she worked for you for?

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