Employees have well defined human rights, which are provided by human rights legislation and common law.
An employer can open itself up to significant claims if it fails to respect these rights. Allegations of discrimination can lead to complaints at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and our employment lawyers are very experienced in defending such claims, at first instance and through appeals.
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