Employment Law Practice
- Wrongful Dismissal in Ontario
- Constructive Dismissal in Ontario
- Reasonable Notice
- Severance Packages
- Cause for Dismissal
- Employment Contracts
- Independent Contractor vs. Employee
- Human Rights and Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Statutory Complaints
- Non-Solicitation Agreements
- Non- Competition Agreements
- Damages for Bad Faith, Mental Distress and Personal Injury
- Personal Harassment or Bullying
- Employment Insurance Benefits
- Workplace Investigations
- Workers’ Compensation Claims
- Privacy Issues and the Workplace
- Unionized Employees and Duty of Fair Representation Complaints
- Conspiracy Claims in Employment Law
- Class Action / Mass Terminations
Employment contracts can tremendously affect an employee’s rights. Terms regarding probation periods, termination, post-employment restrictions, bonuses and shareholder agreements can impact the amount of severance an employee will receive (or not receive), and whether he/she can work in the field after their departure.
When it comes to employment contracts the fine print matters. Don’t leave your contract to chance – call the experts.
Whitten & Lublin Employment & Labour lawyers can help
It is important to have an experienced employment lawyer review your contract, especially since many contracts are poorly drafted and structured to benefit the employer.
Whitten & Lublin Employment & Labour Lawyers can help negotiate your contract before your employment commences and we can help you fight terms and conditions upon your termination. We have extensive experience in drafting, redrafting, negotiating, disputing, challenging, interpreting and successfully litigating thousands of employment contracts.
Read our employment law articles about employment Contracts for more information and contact our office to book your contract review.