Employment Disputes

Dean’s Paralegal Services is here to provide you with effective, and passionate legal representation for employment disputes. 

Wrongful Dismissal 

Employers must act in accordance with the Employment Standards Act, 2000. With recent legislative changes, make sure you know your rights.

Have you been terminated without notice?

Has your employer substantially reduced your hours or laid you off indefinitely?

Have you been dismissed for a mistake you made?

Have you been terminated because of a disability or because you were unable to perform the work?

Ontario Labour Relations Board

The Ontario Labour Relations Board deals with disputes between an employee and an employer that are governed under statutes such as the Labour Relations Act, 1995, and Occupational Health & Safety Act, 1990.


Is your employer not following the terms of your contract?

Is your employer forcing you to work in a condition that is against

Occupational Health and Safety standards?

Are you having trouble with your trade union?

Is your place of work involved in unfair labour practices?

These are just a few issues that Dean’s Paralegal Services can assist you with. We provide affordable, passionate, and effective legal representation.

Discrimination - Human Rights Tribunal

In Ontario, the Human Rights Code gives everyone equal rights and opportunities without discrimination in specific areas.

  Are you concerned that you’re being discriminated against based on your race, colour, ancestry, creed (religion), place of origin, ethnic origin, citizenship, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status, disability, or receipt of Public Assistance?

Has your employer refused to accommodate you?

Have you been terminated because of a disability or because you were unable to perform the work?


  Seek legal advice. Dean’s Paralegal Services will work with you to provide affordable, competent, passionate legal representation.



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