Employment Law for Employees - (705) 268-6492

Employment Law - Employees

Are you being harassed or bullied at work? Are you being discriminated against because of your age, place of origin, your sex, sexual orientation, your religion, your family status, a disability, or a criminal conviction for which you have received a pardon? Have you been suspended with or without pay or have you been too harshly disciplined? You may have a right to file a Human Rights Complaint or advance a constructive dismissal claim.

Have you been terminated and you don’t know where to turn? Have you been offered a severance package and you are not sure if it is a fair offer. Give us a call and we can meet and we can provide you with a legal opinion if the severance is satisfactory considering your age, the years of service, and the position that you held with the company.

REPRESENTING EMPLOYEES in a Wrongful or a Constructive Dismissal Claim

We also offer representation to Employees who have been wrongfully terminated, or who were forced to leave their Employment because the Employer has changed an important part of the terms of their employment agreement without their consent. In such cases you may be considered to have been constructively dismissed and you may be entitled to a similar severance as if you were wrongfully dismissed.

Communities we service:

Timmins, Cochrane, Kapuskasing, Kirkland Lake, Temiskaming Shores, Iroquois Falls, Gogama, Chapleau, Temagami First Nation, Mattagami First Nation, Wahgoshig First Nation, Constance Lake First Nation, Attawapiskat First Nation, Kashechewan First Nation, Fort Albany First Nation, Moose Cree First Nation, Taykwa Tagamou First Nation, Chapleau Cree First Nation and Missanabie First Nation, Brunswick House First Nation, Matachewan First Nation, Beaverhouse First Nation, Flying Post First Nation, all within the Province of Ontario

We are always receptive to serving other Communities.