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Your Job and the Corona Virus – Your Questions Answered (for Non-unionized Employees Only)

Your Job and the Corona Virus – Your Questions Answered (for Non-unionized Employees Only)

Let Tamming Law help answer your questions about your employment and the Corona Virus Crisis. Canada has never faced a crisis of this nature before. Most employers are running scared. Their cash on hand is being drained as they try to continue to make payroll. Most employees are also worried about their jobs. The only […]

Understanding Your Legal Rights: Wrongful Dismissal

Collingwood lawyer John A. Tamming represents employees who are wrongfully terminated, helping fight for full compensation and ensuring the employee’s rights are protected. When it comes to terminating employees, employers do not always do what is required by law. There are many misconceptions about an employee’s rights on termination, and unfortunately, some employers try to […]

4 Things an Employment Lawyer Can Do to Help You

Collingwood employment lawyer John A. Tamming is skilled at advising his clients on all aspects of employment law, from reviewing job offers to negotiating termination packages. If you are wondering whether you could benefit from the assistance of an employment lawyer, read on for our list of 4 things an employment lawyer can do for […]

Top Reasons to Hire a Wrongful Dismissal Lawyer

Collingwood’s Tamming Law sees firsthand that the loss of employment can devastate a person, both financially and emotionally. The devastating effects are worsened where the loss of employment is brought about as a result of a wrongful dismissal. Unless an employee is being fired for “just cause” an employer is required by law to give […]

How Social Media Use Can Result In Employment Termination

How Social Media Use Can Result In Employment Termination

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram:  nice to have but possibly fatal to your career. Improper use of social media can lead to damaged corporate reputations, fractured workplaces and upset co-workers. TORONTO’S TWEETING FIREFIGHTERS In 2013, offensive, sexist posts made via Twitter by two Toronto fire fighters were exposed in the media shortly after the Toronto Fire Services […]