Employment Law for Employees

Protecting your rights as an employee

Unsure if the severance package you’ve been given is fair?

Starting a new job and want to get your contract reviewed?

Being bullied, harassed or discriminated against?

Involved in a workplace investigation and need guidance?

Employment Law for Employees

Severance packages and terminations

Support for public service employees

Bullying, harassment, and discrimination

Employment contracts

As an individual experiencing issues in the workplace, it can feel like there is nowhere else to turn.

Our careers are more than just a job – it’s where we spend most of our time and often is a major part of our identity. When there is a problem in the workplace, it can take significant on our well-being.

If you feel that something is wrong in the workplace, it’s important to speak to a lawyer and understand your rights before taking any action.

Our team has the experience and expertise to help employees with any issue they are facing in the workplace.

Have Questions?

Our Team

Leader

Janice Payne
613-231-8245
Lanise Hayes
Partner
613-231-8272
Tracy Lyle
Partner
613-231-8329
Christopher Rootham
Partner
613-231-8311
Jim Anstey
Lawyer
613-231-8348
Eytan Rip
Lawyer
613-231-8363
Hazem Mehrez
Lawyer
613-231-8284
Bill Cole
Consultant
613-231-8358
Karine Dion
Lawyer
613-231-8369
Dana Du Perron
Lawyer
613-231-8364
Andrew Montague-Reinholdt
Lawyer
613-231-8244
Jill Lewis
Lawyer
613-231-8352
Malini Vijaykumar
Lawyer
613-231-8254
Sarah Clowater
Lawyer
613-231-8277
Claire Kane Boychuk
Lawyer
613-231-8211
Denise Deschênes
Lawyer
613-231-8248
Adrienne Fanjoy
Lawyer
613-231-8276
Melanie Sutton
Lawyer
613-231-8354
Maya Fernandez
Lawyer
613-231-8307
Zakia Jahan
Lawyer
613-231-8216

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