"Duty to Mitigate Doesn’t Mean You Must Take An Inferior Job Offer"

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12 December 2022
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In today's Legal Matters, Jeff Andrew discusses the responsibility of an employee owed severance after being wrongfully dismissed to seek new employment, stating "that does not mean they must take just any job" advising employees to immediately seek “reasonable alternative work", and advising that failing to do so during the notice period could result in a court reducing their severance package.

A full copy of the commentary can be found HERE.

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