We have one of, if not the largest group of employments lawyers in Calgary. This gives our clients a wide selection of experienced employment lawyers at all levels. The size of our employment law group and our varied experience allows us to work as efficiently as possible in order to get the best outcome for our clients in the most timely and cost-effective manner.
At Carbert Waite LLP we recognize how challenging employment disputes can be from an emotional as well as legal perspective. Our experienced employment lawyers work with and support our clients every step of the way.
Although we are based in Calgary, our lawyers can deal with employment law matters anywhere in Alberta and across western Canada.
Our employment lawyers advise companies on all aspects of the employment relationship from beginning to end. On behalf of employers, the main issues are: Employment Agreements, Workplace Policies, Wrongful Dismissal, Constructive Dismissal, Compliance with Employment Standards Legislation, Advising Employers on Hiring, Downsizing, and Layoffs, Workplace Discipline and Terminations, Workplace Investigations, Privacy Issues, Compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Legislation, Representation with respect to Administrative processes and Tribunal Hearings, including Human Rights and Employment Standards.
Our employment lawyers advise individuals on all aspects of the employment relationship from beginning to end. This includes: advising on employment agreements; workplace policies; advising on workplace harassment and bullying concerns; advising on workplace investigations; advising on occupational health and safety concerns; advising on compliance with applicable privacy legislation; advising and representing employees in constructive dismissal and wrongful dismissal cases; advising and representing employees in human rights complaints; and advising and representing employees in employment standards complaints.
For information on each of our employment-related practice areas please click the links below:
Here is some other information on other employment-related topics that might be of interest: