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You are entitled to receive reasonable notice or pay in lieu of notice.
Generally, in determining what is reasonable notice Courts look at several factors including the length of time you worked for the employer, your age, your position, the likelihood of finding new employment etc.
At the high end, if you were in a managerial position, the Court would likely order one month's notice or pay in lieu of notice for each year of employment. If you were not in a managerial position the Court would order somewhat less.Does that answer your question?Please feel free to post back with any follow-up questions you may have. If you don't have any then I hope I have earned a 5 star rating but if you don't feel that I have please don't hesitate to reply back and let me know what more I can do to assist you. Finally, please know that even after you rate me I will be here for you and you can ask follow-up questions if you think of them later on at no further charge of course.
I would say at least 2 if not more but it depends on all the factors that I explained.
How many months does that work out to?
That is not nearly enough.
I suggest that you consult with an employment lawyer in your city as your next step.
The lawyer can threaten a lawsuit and if necessary you can sue.
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I hope things work out.
I would think you should get between 6 - 8 months if not a bit more.
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?