Companies need the right employment lawyer for employers while hiring, firing, and managing employees. Our practical and strategic labour, employment, and Human Rights lawyers understand how businesses work – and keeps their eye on your bottom line and return on investment.
While legal fees can be viewed as overhead, proper legal advice protects you from liability and saves you money down the road.
Our clients look to us for timely and effective strategic employment law advice in line with their business growth strategies. Regularly advising employers of all sizes on all employment, labour, and human rights issues, our employment lawyers provide a full range of effective legal solutions for your workplace.
We advise employers on preventative and proactive measures to stabilize your workforce and let your team members strive. Being proactive and innovative is the best strategy to avoid costly litigation.
Despite their best intentions, some employers find themselves on the receiving end of litigation. Our employment lawyers are skilled and talented handling employment law issues at the workplace as well as in the courtroom, Boards, and Tribunals. Our lawyers have significant experience in proactive employment law work as well as litigation to address employment law issues even when and if they arise.
Whether drafting and implementing policy, going through negotiations with your employees, or litigation, our employment lawyers can help implement long- and short-term solutions to fit your needs.
EMPLOYMENT LAW (Non-Unionized Workplaces)
- Compensation and Benefits Plans
- Constructive Dismissal Complaints
- Civil Litigation
- Employment Contracts
- Employment Litigation
- Employee Hiring and Firing
- Employee Relations and Corporate Management
- Executive Compensation
- Ministry of Labour Complaints
- Human Rights Complaints
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Workplace Policies
- Workplace Investigations
- Workplace Harassment Training
- Human Resource Plus Program
LABOUR LAW (Unionized Workplaces)
- Responding to Unfair Labour Practices
- Common Employer Applications
- Collective Bargaining and Negotiations
- Applications for Certification and Decertification