What is reasonable notice of action for a 46-year-old employee who has been terminated as a result of a breach of discipline?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Stanley v. Advertising Directory Solutions Inc., 2014 BCSC 376 (CanLII):

In Bening v. Ebco Industries Ltd., the 46-year-old plaintiff was an 18‑year employee of the defendant responsible for the supervision of in excess of 35 employees. Reasonable notice was fixed by Macdonald J. at 15 months.

Richards v. 559878 Saskatchewan Ltd. involved a 44-year-old employee who was terminated after 21 years of service with the defendant company. At the time of his termination, he held a senior position and was found to be entitled to 15 months’ notice.2007 SKQB 186;

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