Employment contracts set out the specifics of your working arrangements and the rights and responsibilities you are entrusted with as an employee.
If you’re not familiar with legal jargon or the specifics of certain terms and conditions, a contract lawyer in Toronto can be a useful ally in reviewing your contract and helping you understand how the contract will impact you. Through the support we provide you at Advocation, we help you ensure that your contract is fair, beneficial and contributes to your personal, professional, and financial empowerment.
Did you know that simple contractual oversights may cost you a year’s salary?
From everything including notice of dismissal and severance packages to annual leave entitlements, we comb through your employment contract with the refined expertise of experienced contract lawyers in Toronto.
When we review an employment contract, there are a few clauses more important than others:
These clauses outline your financial compensation when your employment comes to an end. If you are not careful, you could seriously impact your financial stability when you need it most.
These types of clauses govern what you can do, where you can work, and who you can provide your services to when you are no longer working with your current employer.
These types of clauses govern aspects of your ongoing relationships with employees, contractors, clients, suppliers and other people and entities when you are no longer working with your current employer.
These clauses are important as they stipulate the financial compensation you’re entitled to and this is not only restricted to your monthly salary.
Apart from the clauses themselves, we also examine your contract in its entirety to determine whether you have the right entitlements and protections based on the type of work you do.
While these intricacies may seem confusing, contract lawyers in Toronto have the knowledge and experience to navigate the complexities of employment law and ensure your contract is one that works for you.
Enjoy fair working conditions while participating meaningfully in the workforce with expert-led employment contract reviews.
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