Employment law governs the many factors and legal implications that are relevant to an employer-employee relationship. Examples include issues surrounding compensation, workplace conditions, health and safety, dismissal, human rights/discrimination issues, employment contracts, collective bargaining, and more. Whether you are an employee, a group of employees, a contractor or an employer, the employment lawyers at Bronson Jones & Company LLP can help ensure that your legal interests are protected.
Our lawyers can help you with:
An employee is wrongfully dismissed if terminated without cause and without proper notice or compensation. Whether wrongful dismissal has occurred will depend on a variety of factors including the terms of the employment contract, the specific facts surrounding the dismissal, and the applicable legislation.
Commercial Business Disputes
Commercial disputes can be devastating to the operations and bottom line of a business. Many significant legal ramifications can also arise from these disputes. We can serve to protect your legal interests if you are in a contract dispute.
It may be possible to avoid Court by choosing to have the employment dispute resolved by an arbitrator rather than a Judge.
Collective bargaining is a process of negotiation between employers and a group of employees aimed at fostering agreements related to compensation, hours, working conditions, benefits, pensions, health and safety, dismissal, and other factors.
It is advisable to have a lawyer draft an employment contract that is consistent with your interests, or to have a lawyer review a contract that a prospective employer may be proposing to you. Employment contracts presented to you may have hidden clauses that are against your best interests.
Human Rights Complaints
You have a valid human rights violation claim against your employer if you are discriminated against because of your race, age, colour, political belief, religion, gender, or other discriminatory factor.