BUNE LAW: Toronto Employment Lawyer, Immigration Lawyer and Human Rights Lawyer
The law office of Bune Law is dedicated to providing timely and effective employment law representation in Ontario to both employees and employers in Wrongful Dismissals, Termination of Employment, Severance Package Review, Constructive Dismissal, Human Rights, Workplace Harassment and Bullying, Just Cause for Dismissal, Employment Contracts, Settlements and Non-Solicit and Non-Competition Agreements.
During our initial consultation, we will discuss the strengths and weaknesses in your case, and develop a plan to obtain the best results. Our goal is to help you resolve your employment issue through personalized and dedicated service, while giving you guidance and peace of mind.
We also assist clients with all immigration-related matters, including sponsorship applications (e.g., family, express entry), citizenship, work permits, visitor visas, study permits, refugee applications and immigration appeals. Whether you are trying to sponsor a family member to Canada, or are looking for a study or work permit, we can help.
Our boutique size allows us to focus on what matters most: the best results for our clients. We offer competitive hourly rates and we have the flexibility to offer our clients predictable fee arrangements.
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Can an Employee Cancel a Severance Package Already Signed? Generally, no. In most cases, an employee will not be able to undo a signed severance offer to negotiate a better deal. But there are cases where that may be possible. However, every case is different and will depend on the particular facts of each situation. […]
Q: Can a non-unionized employer terminate an employee by only giving them statutory minimum entitlements? A: It depends on whether the employee has signed a valid written employment contract that states the employee will only receive the minimum requirements under the employment standards legislation. Any employee whose employment is terminated “without cause” are legally entitled […]
An Employer’s Breach of the Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing at the Time of Dismissal In most cases, an employee is not entitled to additional compensation for the normal distress, disappointment and hurt feelings resulting from losing their job. Things change, however, where an employee can prove that the way in which their […]