THE QUESTION I worked at a retail store. Sometimes my coworker and I talked about our personal lives, occasionally complaining about our boss…
Termination notice, termination pay and severance pay; what are you entitled to following the end of your employment in Alberta?
Negligent misrepresentation in BC applies to an untrue, inaccurate or misleading statement or promise made carelessly. Call us for help.
If you think that you may have a prohibited action case, contact Taylor Janis in Vancouver as soon as possible. Call us.
A wrongful dismissal claim in Alberta may be appropriate to ensure you receive what’s properly owing to you after the end of your employment.
If you suspect that you’ve been wrongfully dismissed, discriminated against, constructively dismissed or mistreated, call Taylor Janis now.
Taylor Janis LLP has experience in drafting & reviewing employment contracts to ensure that legal obligations and entitlements are being met.
Any change not agreed upon by both parties may be unlawful in BC. If you’re terminated for refusing the changes, call us now.
Getting fired, unfortunately, can happen to the best of us. Regardless of the reason, what should you do if you’ve been fired? Learn more.
The Employment Standards Act provides the minimum standards for working in BC setting out the rights of employees. Questions? Call us today!
Even if you are offered a severance package, do not accept it without having it checked by an employment lawyer. Call us today!
Many employees wrongly believe that to file a case for wrongful dismissal in Vancouver, or anywhere else in BC, you need to show that the…
Last month, a former colleague and I recently won an important decision in the Supreme Court of British Columbia. To my knowledge, this is the first…
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