Robinson Heeney LLP’s Toronto employment lawyers have successfully represented numerous employees with respect to issues involving workplace harassment and bullying. In Canadian employment law and per Bill 168 with respect to violence and harassment in the workplace, employees have the right to a workplace environment free from intimidation, harassment or violence. Robinson Heeney LLP’s experienced advocates are well-versed in bullying and harassment issues, and can ensure that your rights are protected and defended.
Disputes involving claims of bullying or harassment in the workplace can be complex and involve multiple issues or complainants. As such, it is important to consult with an experienced and knowledgeable advocate familiar with employer obligations and relevant legislation.
Our firm can help you assess potential harassment or bullying in your workplace, and determine the appropriate course of action.
Robinson Heeney LLP’s employment lawyers have extensive experience in advocating for clients with harassment, bullying or violence-related issues, as well as with workplace violence and harassment policies and their implementation. A lawyer in our office recently successfully represented numerous complainants in their allegations of harassment against senior faculty within the business school at McMaster University. The decision resulted in the discipline of six professors, including the suspension of five.
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