Government Worker Lawyers for Western Canada
We at Taylor Janis Workplace Law understand and appreciate how hard our public sector employees work for the people of Western Canada.
We also understand that not every Canadian government employee has a union to protect his or her employment rights when the government changes course. And not every union does a good job of supporting its members. In either case, you can turn to us to help get you through the tough times.
We are committed to helping Canadian government workers successfully navigate the following:
- Dismissal and severance negotiation;
- Constructive Dismissal or Changes to an Existing Term of Employment;
- Discrimination in the Workplace;
- Ensuring your union is properly representing your interests; and,
- Employment contract review, advice, and direction.
If you are a Canada Government employee, please do not hesitate to contact us to schedule a one-on-one, confidential discussion about your rights and entitlements.
Taylor Janis Workplace Law has successfully represented several Western Canadian government employees with a particular focus on helping Alberta & BC Health Services employees at all levels of the organization. We can help you too!
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At Taylor Janis LLP, we have the skills, knowledge, and expertise to handle all of your employment & labour law needs.
To arrange a one-on-one consultation and document review with one of our employment & labour lawyers, please contact us today at 1-844-910-3379.
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“I met with Wilson to discuss a complex work matter. I found him to be very knowledgeable and straight-forward with his advice. He took the time to answer all my questions and I left the consult with all the information I needed to make an informed decision.”
— J. M.
“Taylor Janis LLP was extremely professional to work with. Their lawyers were able to quickly resolve my claim to my satisfaction. I am completely satisfied with my outcome, and how quick it was resolved. Please do not hesitate to contact them with any questions regarding wrongful dismissals.”
— D. R.