For EmployeesFighting for You
As skilled litigators and negotiators, the team at Zubas Flett Law provides clients with effective advocacy and cost-effective legal services.
Your Go-To Legal Team
Employees facing issues at their workplace need knowledgeable and experienced counsel to advise them.
For more than three decades. Zubas Flett Law has been providing legal advice to, and advocating for, employees working for provincially and federally regulated employers from small family enterprises to large financial and multi-national corporations.
Benefits of Working with Zubas Flett Law
Zubas Flett Law is an established law firm located in downtown Toronto, offering strategic and cost-effective legal services. Our lawyers have more than 40 years of combined experience.
We provide employees with skilled advice and advocacy in all aspects of employment law. Our lawyers also have significant expertise in handling cases relating to human rights, pregnancy/maternity and parental leave matters.
Where litigation is required, we have represented clients in all levels of court and have also appeared before mediators, labour arbitrators, employment standards referees and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
In addition to working with employees, we also represent employers. As a result, we provide strategic insight into legal issues from both the employee and management side for a swifter resolution.
We offer the following services for employees and have considerable experience in making representations in these Courts and Tribunals.
- Termination of Employment
- Review of Offer Letters
- Review of Employment Contracts
- Health and Safety Issues
- Human Rights Breaches
- Performance Management Issues
- Fiduciary Duties
- Constructive Dismissal
- Confidentiality and Non-Disclosures
- Harassment Complaints
- Restrictive Covenants, Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition clauses
- Professional Negligence and Misconduct
- Compensation and Benefits Issues
- Employment Standards Issues
where we advocate
Courts and Tribunals
- Ontario Labour Relations Board
- Employment Standards adjudication
- Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
- All civil courts in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal
- Canada Labour Code adjudication
- Canadian Human Rights Commission
- Employment Insurance adjudication