Blog for Employers
We would love to become your “go-to” law firm for employment related matters. Our lawyers are very knowledgeable in this field and can assist employers with all types of employment matters, including advice when the need arises to terminate or lay-off an employee. We can also assist you in developing employment contracts that include non-competition clauses, non-solicitation clauses, confidentiality provisions, non-disclosure agreements, severance limits, stock options, etc. We can also develop your company’s employee handbooks, policy manuals, etc.
We invite you to review some of our blog posts on these subjects below and encourage you to keep watching, as new ones will be posted on a regular basis.
When does a duty to investigate exist? What does a workplace investigation require? By Daniel Sorensen In many instances, employers are not required to investigate matters. However, employers should be aware of situations where they [...]
By Michael Truong and Daniel Sorensen If you are considering changing an employee’s work terms you may be faced with an unintended case of constructive dismissal and be liable for damages. Constructive dismissal signifies an [...]
By Daniel Sorensen Are your employees entitled to have time off in order to vote in the upcoming federal election? You may be surprised to hear that the answer is often yes. Under the [...]
If you are terminating the employment of a seasonal employee, you’ll want to exercise caution. In some cases, seasonal employees will be entitled to advanced notice of their termination or severance. Such advance notice or [...]
Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Clauses 101 By Daniel Sorensen and Lawrence Smith Non-competition and non-solicitation clauses are useful tools that employers can use to protect their business. Unfortunately, many employers are unfamiliar with these clauses, and [...]
Dismissing an employee? – Be aware of your obligations Published December 8, 2014 By Lawrence Smith & Daniel Sorensen Are you considering letting an employee go? Perhaps you’ve already let an employee go, and they’re [...]
The Importance of Having an Employment Lawyer By Daniel Sorensen & Lawrence Smith Recently, the National Post ran an article about the case of Fredrickson v. Newtech Dental Laboratory Inc., 2014 BCSC 335. The article [...]