Information About Toronto Employment Law & Workplace Immigration Blog
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- Workplace Wellness Month at Sultan Lawyers
It is wellness month here at Sultan Lawyers. We have dedicated the month of August to ourselves, not just as a firm, but also to our employees. Discussions about mental health and overall wellness have been taking place in workplaces in ways we have never seen before. As a result, we have launched s … Read more »
- Spousal Sponsorship: What Do I Need To Do To Support My Spouse’s Permanent Residency Application?
There are multiple pathways that an individual can consider when pursuing a permanent residency in Canada. In previous blogs, we have discussed Express Entry streams to permanent residency. Another stream to permanent residency is through Spousal Sponsorship. In 2022, the Canadian government has an … Read more »
- Express Entry: Updates on Draws with Immigration Refugees And Citizenship Canada
Immigration, and permanent residency in Canada are fundamental systems that benefit our economy by filling labour shortages in Canada for permanent and temporary positions, paying taxes (which assist in funding healthcare and other social service programs and help increase money spent on goods, hous … Read more »
- ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TORT LAW AND THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
In the workforce, it is crucial to understand the foundations that make up a relationship between an employee and an employer. In layman’s terms, an employment relationship is essentially an agreement. The employee offers their labour and, the employer pays for that labour. In the article below, we … Read more »
- Recognizing National Indigenous Peoples Day
We acknowledge that Sultan Lawyers Workplace Solutions is situated on the original territory and land of many nations, including the territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. In this article, we discuss National Indigenous … Read more »