Recently let go from your job? Do you believe that your severance package did not include adequate compensation? Contact us immediately to get advice from an experienced employment lawyer about the best course of action for dealing with the problem you are facing.
In addition to providing legal advice on wrongful termination, our employment lawyers are also equipped to provide you with expert legal advice on issues related to workplace harassment, accommodation for disability, human rights violations, discrimination in the workplace, constructive dismissal, contract negotiations, and many other employment-law related issues.
If you feel that your rights are being violated, you don’t have to face it alone. Let us fight with you in your corner to get the results you are looking for. Before you make a decision that could have an adverse effect on your career, let us match you up with an employment lawyer that is best suited to your needs and get advice you can rely on.
As an employer, striking a balance between fairness and business profitability can be a difficult and often daunting task. Unsure of your obligations? Contact us immediately to get advice from an experienced employment lawyer about your rights and obligations as an employer.
Our experienced employment lawyers are equipped to advise you on a wide range of employment-related issues, including: lay-offs and termination of employees, negotiating employment contracts, unionization and collective bargaining, dealing with workplace harassment, human rights duties and obligations, independent contractors, workplace health and safety, maternity leave, employee benefits, stock option plans, and and many other employment-related issues.
Before you make a decision that could have an adverse effect on your business, get expert advice you can trust from one of our employment lawyers.
Located in the heart of Canada's capital, our Ottawa Employment Lawyers believe that a person's career is one of the most important parts of their lives. We are committed to protecting the rights of employees, business owners, contractors, and other workers.
"Work is one of the most fundamental aspects in a person's life, providing the individual with a means of financial support and, as importantly, a contributory role in society. A person's employment is an essential component of his or her sense of identity, self-worth and emotional well-being."
— Reference Re Public Service Employee Relations Act (Alta.),  1 S.C.R. 313