Employment Law

Addressing non-unionized employment issues


We can help you understand your options

Losing your job can be devastating, particularly after many years of loyal service to your employer.

In our experience, employers are often only interested in saving money and this usually means paying out as little as possible in a severance package rather than what is fair and reasonable. 

Unless an employer has “just cause” for terminating an employee, an employee is entitled to some compensation according to Ontario law.  The Employment Standards Act sets out the minimum amount to be paid upon termination of employment, but you may be entitled to more.

It can be difficult to negotiate an appropriate severance package with your employer, especially when you have to think about your family’s future.

We can help you understand your options and ensure that you receive fair and reasonable compensation when your employment has been terminated.

Our employment law practice areas are limited to the non-unionized employment issues and include:

  • Wrongful dismissal
  • Constructive dismissal
  • Severance package review

If you have an employment law issue, please contact us today.

Sandra will take clients on a contingency basis in appropriate circumstances.  This means that you will not be charged legal fees unless Sandra is able to obtain compensation for your losses.  The maximum contingency fee that Sandra will charge for employment law cases is 33%.