Labour Lawyers for Edmonton Workplaces
As Edmonton’s only workplace law boutique firm, Taylor Janis LLP understands the employer-union relationship.
Our approach is people-focused, based on building strong, genuine, long-term relationships with our clients, to help them maintain solid, lasting relationships with their workforces. We seek to understand our client’s businesses and culture, visiting them on-site to see their operations in practice.
Then we draw on our knowledge of their industry and the law to offer practical solutions to your legal issues.
We understand that your company expects efficient and cost-effective advice, and we provide that through our specialized knowledge and flexible approach. Most importantly, we will help you solve your day-to-day and complex human resource issues to avoid litigation and stay focused on the task at hand.
Labour Law Services
- Collective agreement interpretation
- Collective bargaining and strategy
- Labour dispute contingency planning
- Absenteeism and performance issues
- Drafting and implementing company policies and policy manuals
- Human rights
- Employment standards
- Workers’ compensation
- Corporate restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions
- Representing clients at arbitration, labour relations board, human rights tribunals, employment standards tribunals, and court both federally and provincially
- Judicial reviews
Book A Consultation
At Taylor Janis LLP, we have the skills, knowledge, and expertise to handle all of your employment & labour law needs.
Our Edmonton intake staff are standing by to help you. Call 780-428-7770 [toll free 1 (844) 224-0222] or contact us online for general inquiries.
We also have a dedicated intake form to help you get the ball rolling. Our intake team will review your specific case and advise you on the next steps to take as well as what to expect moving forward.
Our Edmonton office is open 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m., Mon—Fri.
EMPLOYMENT and LABOUR LAWYER
Sarah Levine is a lawyer in the firm’s Edmonton office but acts for clients throughout Alberta and British Columbia. She practices primarily in the area of workplace law, including wrongful dismissal, workplace harassment, severance review, human rights and discrimination issues, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, and various other employment matters.