Alberta employment lawyers

At Taylor Janis, we understand that termination or dismissal from your job, no matter what the circumstances, is one of the most stressful and difficult times of your life. It is during this time that you need a lawyer that you can trust; one who understands all aspects of the employment relationship.

We are a leading Alberta employment and labour law firm that specializes in helping workers in Alberta, including:

  • Employees whose employment has been terminated with or without just cause 
  • Workers who have a non-competition/non-solicitation problem or dispute 
  • Workers on contract  
  • Employees who are being harassed, bullied, or discriminated against.

Our approach is simple: we strive to achieve the best result for every client in a timely and cost-efficient manner. We have helped numerous employees who have lost their jobs navigate the legal process to a successful result; we can help you too.

If your employment has been terminated, or you simply want to have a confidential discussion about your employment law rights, Taylor Janis is here to help you move forward.

How can we help you

  • Alberta employees have legal rights that are protected by both federal and provincial laws. For example, workers have the right to earn a minimum wage without prohibited deductions. They have the right to holiday and overtime pay. They have the right to be safe and free from discrimination in the workplace. And most importantly, workers have the right to enforce these rights by reporting instances when your employer violates labour law. More Information

  • Thousands of employees throughout Alberta and BC are being impacted by the COVID-19 crisis in some form or another. Taylor Janis Workplace Law has always stood up for employees both as a legal resource and advocate. More Information

  • Early retirement warning: Be wary of so-called ‘early retirement’ packages, as many employers offer these in an attempt to avoid their full severance obligations to their employees. More information More Information

  • If your employment is terminated in Alberta, you have legal rights that are protected under both federal and provincial law. Proper notice and fair severance pay must be given in certain cases. If your employment is terminated, you should speak with an Alberta employment lawyer as soon as possible. The sooner you have advice from your labour lawyer, the better protected your legal rights will be. More Information

  • Many employers require employees to sign non-solicitation and non-competition clauses (otherwise known as restrictive covenants) either before starting work or sometime thereafter. More Information

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  • We are pleased to offer the following services to unionized employees: More Information

  • We at Taylor Janis Workplace Law understand and appreciate how hard our public sector employees work for the people of Alberta. More Information