Employment Lawyers For The National Capital Region
For most of us, the workplace is the centre of our lives, or at least of significant importance. It's not just the place where we make money to pay for our needs; it's where we spend most of our waking hours, where much of our social life happens, and where we get a sense of who we are. It's why one of the first things people ask when they meet someone new is, "What do you do for a living?"
When something goes wrong at work, it can affect every other part of our lives.
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If you have lost your job or fear it may be imminent, use our severance calculator to find out what you may be entitled to today.
Though every case is different, we have put this tool together to help people understand what they may be rightfully owed. Being proactive in these matters can save you time and money. To find out more about your specific case and what you deserve call our lawyers today. We have a proven record in ensuring our clients get the severance package they deserve.
Better Workplaces For Everyone
Our lawyers have worked with employers and employees for a number of years and have seen a wide variety of legal and practical difficulties arise and be resolved. We represent:
We help workers at the beginning, middle and end of their jobs. This includes reviewing your employment contract and helping you negotiate for a better agreement if possible, dealing with harassment and unsafe working conditions, and helping you if you have been fired or forced to quit. We can help you understand what you are entitled to, and advocate for your rights.
We help employers maintain a productive working environment and protect themselves from liability. We can educate you on your own rights and obligations with respect to your employees, and help you deal with difficult employees or situations in a way that protects your business interests and your bottom line, and helps you avoid lawsuits.