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- Seek Legal Advice to Maximize Severance Package
Terminated employees could be shortchanging themselves if they accept a severance offer without seeking legal advice, Toronto employment lawyer Bram Lecker tells AdvocateDaily.com. The post Seek Legal Advice to Maximize Severance Package appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »
- The Termination Letter
Never sign your termination letter or release until an employment lawyer has vetted these legally binding documents. But what if you signed them already? Under rare circumstances, the executed documents can be nullified. Here’s how we successfully invalidated a signed release on behalf of our client … Read more »
- Making a Disability Claim in Ontario
Are you prepared financially if you cannot work due to an illness or accident that has left you temporarily or permanently disabled? Most Ontario workers are not. Here is where to seek income support in the wake of such circumstances. The post Making a Disability Claim in Ontario appeared first on L … Read more »
- Filing a Claim With The Labour Board
If you believe your termination package is inadequate, you have two avenues to seek resolution. You can file a claim with the Ministry of Labour, commonly referred to as the Labour Board. Or you can hire an employment lawyer. The Labour Board process is free and you can easily file your papers on-li … Read more »
- Be Wary When Signing Termination Clauses
Bram Lecker discusses termination clauses with Advocate Daily. Employment law vacillates between employer and employee. Termination clauses are a real battleground right now. The post Be Wary When Signing Termination Clauses appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »
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