Employment Law FAQs

Employment lawyers advise employees & employers on provincial, federal employment law statutes, legislation and jurisprudence. Employment Law Frequently asked Questions:



How Much An Employment Lawyer Cost? How much an Employment Lawyer cost depends on the nature of the employment law case, the experience of the employment lawyer, the risk of losing the employment law case, the fee arrangement of the employment law case, etc…


When to Hire an Employment Lawyer? You should hire an employment lawyer when: You have been harassed, discriminated, or retaliated against by your employer; terminated or fired from employment unfairly; being forced to sign an agreement waiving rights you are entitled to; involved in employment law dispute as employer.


What Reason Can You Sue An Employer? It’s not uncommon for employees to sue their employers after they have been terminated. The Top Reasons workers decide to sue their employees are as follow.

  • Toxic Working Environment

  • Reprisal Against by Employer

  • Failure to Properly Investigate Complaints

  • Mismatched Performance Reviews & Interim Reports


Sue Employer for Stress and Anxiety if you experience stress and anxiety that is higher than the regular amount for your job. The test asks the question as to whether an objective person similar situated will find the job responsibilities assigned to the employee to be excessive and created unnecessary stress and anxiety in the workplace.