As a company grows and its business plans evolve, workers who may have been brought in temporarily to assist for a short or limited period of time may be required for a longer or more extended timeframe. Employers who find themselves in such a position will require legal guidance to ensure they comply with relevant legislation, effectively manage their risk, and that their business continues to operate effectively while it expands.
At Sultan Lawyers in Toronto, our exceptional team of workplace immigration lawyers advise Canadian, U.S. and international companies operating in Canada on a wide range of employment law and worker mobility issues. We provide legal guidance to employers who seek to ensure a smooth transition between temporary mandates without business disruption. We provide timely solutions to evolving business needs and ensure that companies have the resources needed to support their growth.
The team at Sultan Lawyers help employers ensure they are meeting their obligations with respect to temporary employees by:
With our guidance, companies can proactively prepare for growth, expansion, and continued success and ensure they are appropriately staffed at all times.
The Toronto workplace immigration lawyers at Sultan Lawyers regularly advise our employer clients on how to move employees to Canada and how best to address changing business needs from a staffing perspective. We offer flat rate consultations, specifically designed to provide our clients with the information and tools they need to manage their issue and keep business moving. Contact us online or at 416-214-5111 for a consultation.
“I want to sincerely thank Sharaf Sultan and his team for their assistance. Right from the beginning, I knew they were extremely knowledgeable and hard working. I also had confidence that Sharaf and his team understood my perspective and that they were prepared to work hard to receive the best result possible. Sharaf and his team were always professional and diligent when providing legal services. He truly went above and beyond my expectations. The whole team provided honest and precise services and they managed to solve any problems that arose during my case. I would definitely work with them again!!”C. Bell
“Kristine Gorman of Sultan Lawyers was terrific in helping me get a Canadian work visa. Responsive, friendly, but mostly incredibly thorough and efficient, she was a life line for when I needed wise counsel and focused expertise.”D. Baum, Ph.D., D.Min. Management Consultant
“Sultan Lawyers provided a great experience during a difficult time with my employer. Kristine was extremely thorough and knowledgeable when reviewing and articulating the risks and details of my severance package. I am thankful for Kristine as her expertise enabled and empowered me to confidently make a decision on my options.”James V.
“I wholeheartedly endorse Sharaf and Alexandra for their employment expertise and their impressive level of client service. Not only was their legal counsel top-notch, but Sharaf helped me navigate the tricky emotional waters related to my matter in a healthy way. He saw the big picture and helped me toward the best possible outcome for me now and into the future. As a lawyer myself, I realised that the smartest thing I could do in my circumstances was to have excellent legal advice, and Sharaf and Alexandra went above my expectations. It was empowering to work with them, and I can't thank Sultan Lawyers enough!”N. Haras
I had an incredible experience working with the Sultan Lawyers team from start to finish. They were friendly and professional, and made me feel at ease with what I was going through. They provided me with some incredible advice, which resulted in a better outcome than I had expected. They also followed up with me to make sure everything was ok, which was a lovely touch, they really care about their clients. I also felt like the service I received was incredibly affordable, and I would definitely recommend Sultan Lawyers to anyone, without hesitation.A. Kelly
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