If you’ve been dismissed by your employer, you’re likely considering how and why the situation came to this point. That’s normal. Many people are left feeling shocked and negative about their wrongful dismissal. Employees often doubt their own actions and defer to their employer for dismissal terms. This mindset can be legally risk and can lead to outcomes that are not in your best interest.
Your job was important. Whether you worked full time in the career of your dreams, part time in a job just for your needs or temporarily somewhere along the way. Work was more than just a place you laboured and passed time, it’s where much of your life happened. You built relationships, grew your skills and invested yourself in the success of your employer.
BCS believes that as a wrongfully dismissed employee you deserve the full, legal and lawful recognition of your investment and time.
Talk to somebody: Your story matters
It’s a good idea to speak with a legal professional following your dismissal. You may have been told that you have been dismissed with cause, without cause or perhaps you haven’t been given a reason at all. At dismissal, employers often present terms of settlement that represent their point of view only. Your former employer does not get to decide what is adequate severance. A fair settlement is actually decided by your unique employment situation, written Law and previous Court decisions in Canada. Being backed by a legal professional can assist in asserting your point of view.
Please note that a Professional relationship of the representative-client or privileged and thus confidential kind is not created solely by contacting us. BCS Legal Services Professional Corporation will not be retained to represent you until and a written retainer agreement is approved.
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