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Toronto Employment Law and Workplace Immigration Lawyers

Sultan Lawyers is a top tier employment law firm, focused on all major aspects of workplace relations including workplace immigration law. We help both employers and employees to plan proactively and mitigate risk, and to resolve disputes where issues escalate to the point where legal intervention is needed.

Our Core Values

We have built our practice on a strong foundation of five core values that permeate everything we do.

Insistence on Pre-Eminence 

We are determined to be the best at what we do, and to work hard to ensure our clients benefit from our perseverance. We strive to think outside the box and find innovative solutions to the most challenging issues in employment law. We take on complex cases that other employment law firms may not have the experience to address, and relish the opportunity to ensure that our clients succeed.

Remaining Ahead of the Curve

The labour market, and the laws that govern it, are constantly changing. We are dedicated to keeping up to date on all major developments and remaining ahead of the curve on the issues that matter most to our clients. Our approach allows us to always position our clients at an advantage.

Strength with Civility

We believe delivering excellent results means professionalism, and respect, both to our clients and to opposing counsel.  Clients know that we do not pursue matters with ego and bravado but instead with a refined confidence for which we have developed an outstanding reputation.

Grit and Purpose 

We know our clients have fundamental rights and interests to protect and that they rely on counsel with resolve.  It is for this reason that we are driven by grit and a sheer determination to work harder, faster and more effectively than others to meet the challenges.

Big Firm Experience with a Small Firm Approach 

We bring together big law experience with a small firm approach to client relations. Our team brings years of experience from Bay Street to our boutique practice. We take pride in our client-focused approach. We do not work on a volume basis, and only take on as many files as we can devote our fullest attention to.

Employment Law Advice for Employees 

At Sultan Lawyers, our team regularly helps employees navigate the legal aspects of their employment relationship. We provide guidance for employees on issues including:


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At Sultan Lawyers, we have a team of experienced and dedicated employment lawyers who have helped countless clients successfully navigate the complexities of the employment law landscape. Our team has many years of experience in the legal profession and will provide you with the most effective representation when it comes to employment law matters.

We are a top-rated law firm with a track record of providing expert legal advice and representation to clients in employment law. Our experienced team of lawyers has handled countless cases involving wrongful termination, workplace harassment, and other areas of employment law. With years of experience in our fields and a commitment to providing quality legal services, Sultan Lawyers are the top choice when it comes to employment law in Toronto.

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Employment Law Advice for Employers 

At Sultan Lawyers we provide ongoing legal advice to employers on all matters that arise in employee relations from hiring, disciplinary issues, to termination of employment, human rights matters, and harassment. We help employers with:

 

Workplace Immigration 

At Sultan Lawyers, our clients rely on us to provide legal advice on complex work permit and related labour mobility matters for both Canadian and international companies, including:

If you are an employee or an employer seeking legal guidance with a workplace matter, contact Sultan Lawyers. We offer flat rate consultations, specifically designed to provide our clients with the information and tools they need to manage their issue and move forward. Contact us online or at 416-214-5111 for a consultation.


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Some Common FAQs

  • How can I select an employment lawyer in Toronto?

    It's important to take your time when choosing an employment lawyer in Toronto. Do your research and read reviews of different lawyers before making your decision. Look for a lawyer with experience handling the type of case you are involved in. Make sure that they are licensed and have a good reputation. Consult with potential lawyers, ask them questions while reviewing your matters, and consider the answers they provide. Additionally, consider the fees associated with each associate and determine which one best fits your budget.

  • When should you hire an employment lawyer?

    You should consider hiring an employment lawyer if you are being mistreated at your place of work, such as being harassed or discriminated against. An employment lawyer can help you understand your rights and provide guidance on how to best handle the situation. They can also represent you in any legal proceedings that may arise from the incident. For example, if you believe you are being unjustly terminated, you should consult an employment lawyer for assistance.

  • Do I need an employment lawyer?

    Employment lawyers are crucial for ensuring fair treatment in the workplace. Even if your company has policies to protect employees' rights, it's important to remember that these policies aren't always enforced. An employment lawyer can help ensure that your rights aren't violated by helping you negotiate a better salary or reviewing a contract before you sign it. They can also guide you through filing complaints about workplace discrimination, harassment, and unfair dismissal.

  • Areas you serve?

    As leading employment lawyers in Canada, we offer representation to clients across Canada and internationally.We are an employment law firm, focused on all major aspects of workplace relations including workplace immigration law. We have a well-rounded service which helps both employers and employees to plan proactively and mitigate risk, and to resolve disputes where issues escalate to the point where legal intervention is needed.

  • If fired without cause, what are an employee's legal rights?

    In Canada, when an employer terminates an employee without just cause, the employee is entitled to receive reasonable notice of termination or pay in lieu of notice. This includes both common law entitlements and additional rights outlined in provincial legislation. Common law entitlements depend on several factors, including length of service, position within the organization, age, current salary, and other relevant circumstances. Your employment lawyer can review your situation and provide tailored advice regarding appropriate notice entitlements and other available remedies. https://sultanlawyers.com/employment-law-services/employers/human-rights-litigation/

  • What forms of discrimination fall under human rights?

    Discrimination based on protected grounds is prohibited and falls under human rights legislation. Protected grounds typically include race, ancestry, ethnic origin, colour, citizenship, place of origin, religious beliefs, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, and age. Discrimination can come in many forms and include behaviours like singling out an individual for negative treatment due to their characteristics, treating someone differently than others in similar situations, and creating a hostile environment.

  • What can I do if I am facing discrimination at work?

    Depending on your situation, there are various steps that you can take if you face discrimination at work. First and foremost, it is essential that you speak with an experienced employment lawyer who can guide you through the necessary steps to resolve the issue. Secondly, it is advisable to contact the Human Rights Commission in your province to file a complaint about the discrimination you experienced. Finally, it may also be beneficial to file a lawsuit if warranted by the severity of the case and if there are financial losses that must be recouped as part of your claim.

  • Can my employer fire me for being pregnant?

    It is unlawful for employers to terminate employees on the basis of pregnancy. If this happens to you, you should immediately consult a qualified employment lawyer. They can review the facts and advise you on your legal options. Additionally, they can explain how applicable laws protect pregnant women from discrimination in the workplace. Depending on the specifics of your case, they may recommend filing a human rights complaint or initiating other legal proceedings such as mediation or arbitration.