We have been advising Ontario employees for 30 years.
We only practice workplace law so “All We Do Is WORK!”
We have experience assisting employees from all walks of life. From people in entry level positions to senior executives in the private and public sectors.
We may have negotiated a better severance package on your behalf.
We may have helped you negotiate improvements to an offer of employment from a new employer.
We may have started a human rights application on your behalf at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario because you were discriminated against because of your gender, disability, or one of the other 14 prohibited grounds.
We may have helped you get the accommodation you needed at work if you live with a disability.
We may have advised you on how to bring the workplace harassment that you were experiencing to an end.
We help hundreds of employees every year.
For the second year in a row, the MacLeod Law Firm has been nominated as the top labour and employment law firm in Canada by the Canadian HR Reporter.
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Next month our blog will return and will discuss a recent development in the law of interest to employees.
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