Wrongful dismissal in Alberta is when an employee is terminated without any reasonable notice and severance pay, Call Taylor Janis now.
Workplace training & seminars are provided for both management and employees from our firm to provide an educated working environment.
Workplace policies refers to the legislative context between employer and employee, we help you develop unique operation policies.
Our employment litigation lawyers in Alberta have experience in civil and criminal advocacy, litigating workplace law issues. Call us.
Dependent & independent employment contractor agreements have unique stipulations. If your contract hasn’t been honoured, call us.
What To Do When You Have Been Terminated in Red Deer, AB If you are terminated without cause, a lawyer can help you…
Alberta employees have legal rights that are protected by both federal and provincial laws. To learn more about employee rights call us.
Not every union representative can be trusted to understand your unique situation, and properly represent your interests. Talk to us today.
3rd party insurance claims refers to the policy bought for protection against the occupational health and safety incident.
Taylor Janis will help identify whether you’ve been terminated without cause or wrongfully dismissed getting you the severence you deserve.
If you’re terminated from your job without cause in Alberta, employers are generally obligated to provide payment in lieu of this notice.
Termination with misconduct has to be proven by the employer which is difficult. We can help if you’ve been terminated with just cause.
An employee who is terminated is entitled to either notice of termination (working notice), or pay in lieu of notice. Call us to learn more.
Alberta Employers are free to structure their business as they wish, including whether and when they terminate each employee. Learn more.
some employers in Alberta have taken advantage of the extended lay-off periods to constructively dismiss employees. Call us today.
Shareholder Disputes & Oppression Claims may be extremely complex. Contact our Shareholder Dispute Lawyers to seek legal representation.
A common question Alberta employees ask after they’re terminated is “how much of a severance package am I entitled to ?” Find out now.
Employees may be entitled to severance pay in Alberta when employment has been terminated. We offer No-Charge Initial Severance Assessments.
To prevent a former employee from using proprietary interests when they leave restrictive covenants may be inserted into employment contracts.
We understand things are not always as they seem when it comes to your resignation from employment in Alberta. We’ll listen to your story.
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