A termination clause may also be included in an employment contract. It defines the rights of the employee with regard to dismissal, dismissal, dismissal or payment in lieu of dismissal. On the contrary, a termination clause leaves a termination clause to an anti-rejection violation of the common law (which must be done without notice if the law exists at that time) and creates a variety of reasons that a party can invoke to terminate the contract in an orderly manner. Also known as “termination without cause”, the parties agree to terminate the contract without giving reasons, but establish a termination process by terminating the termination of the other party. A termination clause is unenforceable if it violates another employment standard or contractual rule: Most termination clauses limit an employee`s termination rights to the minimum required by law – a one-week notice period for each year of service, up to a maximum of eight, under the Ontario Employment Standards Act. . . .