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Toronto Employment Lawyers Advising Employers on Workplace Matters 

The Canadian labour market, and the laws and regulations governing it, are in constant flux and are always 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.

How We Can Help 

At Sultan Lawyers, our team of knowledgeable employment lawyers provides exceptional representation to employers on the legal aspects of employee relations, including any responsibilities and obligations they may have towards current and prospective employees, independent contractors, freelancers, and others.  We provide ongoing guidance for employers on wide range of legal and human rights issues that arise during the lifespan of a working relationship, including hiring, discipline, and termination.

Our lawyers regularly advise a variety of clients from large Canadian, U.S. and multinational companies carrying on business in Canada, to local and global start-up companies. We advise on:

If You Are an Employer Seeking Legal Advice Contact Sultan Lawyers 

At Sultan Lawyers we take pride in providing employers with the information and tools they need to effectively manage their workplace, meet their obligations with respect to employees and others, and mitigate their legal and financial risk. We provide strategic, effective, and timely advice and we resolutely pursue our clients’ interests as partners in their success. Contact us online or at 416-214-5111 for a consultation.

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