Employment Law

Our employment lawyers have practical experience advising on best Human Resource practices as well as advocating on behalf of businesses when it comes to their workforce. Some of the work we help with includes,

FAQS

If you are an employee, consider speaking with an employment lawyer at the first signs of mistreatment or dismissal. It is never a good idea to sign anything with your employer or employee without having your employment agreement properly vetted for costly mistakes. For employers, being proactive when it comes to legal advice can reduce the employer’s risk down the line.

A good employment lawyer ensures that they understand the details and particulars of your case, and demonstrate a sense of responsibility when it comes to getting the results you are seeking. While legal matters can often be unpredictable, good employment lawyers are honest and will explain your options and the respective chances and degrees of success in each of those options.

Oftentimes, individuals and companies will opt-out of seeking the help of an employment law firm – resulting in a costly mistake down the line. Hiring an employment lawyer at the first signs of trouble allows the lawyer to offer advice in a prompt manner – intervening and slowing down the snowball effect a legal matter can take.

Lawyers that promise you the moon without explaining your risks, are typically not ones who actually deliver results. Good lawyers will always consider your case objectively, and ensure that you have an understanding of courses of action options, and the associated possible outcome. A good lawyer will do their best to deliver only good news, that sometimes is not always possible.

An employment lawyer can assist with employment issues depending on the particulars of the legal matter. Our employment, labour, and human rights lawyers are well equipped to assist with any employment issues ranging from bullying, harassment, wrongful termination, constructive dismissal, as well as through litigation, motions, and hearings.