Employee Relations

Internal conflict pertaining to Rights in the workplace may arise on a day-to-day basis, especially with busy and active companies. Morale and emotions run high, and without proper training. Managers risk disrupting employee relations and getting their employers into litigation. Ontario Employment lawyers can guide employers on how to avoid workplace disputes.

Not only can failing to address internal conflicts in the workplace open the employer up to liability. It may also lead to higher turnover, lower productivity, and low morale. Employers should keep in mind that these effects of poor employee relations ultimately affect the company’s bottom line. Measures should ideally be taken before any internal conflict arise, to prevent them in the first place. However, it is natural for internal conflicts to arise in the workplace nonetheless, and having a clear complaint procedure in place can assist in resolving any employee relations disputes, an employment lawyer can assist in having proper procedures in place.

How an Employment Lawyer Can Help

Our Ontario employment lawyers can assist with various employee relations matters, such as communication, complaints, workplace policies, accommodation, and progressive discipline, to name a few. Failing to address internal conflicts or issues may open the employer up to liability and potential litigation down the line.

Our Ontario employment lawyers can help ensure that internal conflict resolution processes are effective when it comes to managing employee relations. That employers are adhering to the various pieces of relevant legislation, such as Bill 168, which deals with violence and harassment Rights in the workplace.

Employers should obtain competent legal representation well in advance to offer guidance on employee relations issues, such as avoiding internal conflicts in the workplace. Best practices in drafting employee handbooks and addressing any potential human rights issues. Not only would this help avoid costly legal battles down the line, but it would also promote a healthy work environment, improve morale, and increase productivity.

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