Employees often contact our employment lawyers for employment law advice related to many issues, including termination, bullying and harassment, discrimination, unfair investigation, or unfair performance improvement plan (PIP), among others.
In most scenarios, employees are entitled to many rights afforded to them under the Employment Standards Act as well as the common law.
Getting employment law advice you can trust is crucial. Whether you want to stay at your current employment or are looking for ways to know and enforce your rights, our employment lawyers are strategic in getting you the results you expect.
Employees also have rights they can enforce at various forums and processes, including the courts, negotiation, litigation, through the Ministry of Labour, the Human Rights Tribunal or the Human Rights Commission.
Our employment lawyers are experienced in advocating for employees against employers of all sizes. Whether federally or provincially regulated, our employment lawyers have practical experience in getting results.
Employees may be bullied, harassed, or may have their employment terminated without adequate notice or pay in lieu of that notice. Securing a high-quality, experienced employment lawyer provides a clear advantage.
Employees often do not know if they are entitled to compensation; and if they are, they do not know what fair compensation would look like.
It is always important to remember that you should not sign anything with your employer before you consult with an experienced employment lawyer.
If you have issues at your workplace and are unsure where to start, contact us today at the information below to get employment law advice you can trust.