Employment Law

Employees in a non-unionized workplace have a variety of important legal rights. These rights may be set out in an employment contract, implied by law or mandated by legislation.

Kung, Lo & Jia LLP represents employees in all matters arising out of their employment. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Our Services

Kung, Lo & Jia LLP represents employees in all matters relating to their employment, including but not limited to:

  • Wrongful Dismissal – where you are fired without sufficient cause. If your employer offers to pay you money when it terminates your employment, speak to us before you sign anything
  • Constructive Dismissal – where you felt as though you were forced to quit or where your employer changes a major term or condition of employment
  • Employment Contract Review – before you sign an employment contract, it is important to protect your rights at the front-end by having us review your employment contract
  • Misclassification – where an employer treats you as a contractor instead of its own employee
  • Unpaid Wages – where an employer refuses or fails to pay your proper wages (including overtime pay, vacation pay, public holiday pay, tips, etc)
  • Reprisal – where you are penalized or threatened with penalty for enforcing or attempting to enforce your rights to be paid, be free from discrimination or to refuse unsafe work
  • Harassment – where your boss, supervisor or co-worker harasses you at work, you may file a complaint with your employer. We can represent you throughout the complaint and investigation process
  • Discrimination – where your boss, supervisor or co-worker discriminates against you on the basis of your race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, record of offences, marital status, family status or disability
  • Health and Safety – where your employer is not taking appropriate precautions to protect you and your co-workers’ health and safety
  • WSIB Appeal – where you are denied workers’ compensation benefits for workplace accidents or injuries
  • Short-Term / Long-Term Disability Benefits – where your employer or insurance carrier denies your disability benefits claim
  • Employment Insurance – where you are denied Employment Insurance

Feel free to contact us for a free consultation to discuss any matter related to your employment.

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