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Answer for Severance calculation

Thank you for clarifying. One point of clarification I want to make is that I assume that “severance calculation” means termination payments each employee is due. In this case, because termination is without cause, employees would be owed the termination notice, unpaid vacation and other amounts to which they’re entitled under the employment standards law for the province of employment. Payroll will have to do the calculations for each employee. I hope that answers your question. Glenn