Representation in Negotiations

Have you entered into negotiations with your employer?

If you have entered into negotiations about your employment with your employer, it may be beneficial to engage legal assistance.  Negotiations can include commencement of employment, ending of employment or disciplinary matters.

What representation may you need in negotiations?

You may need someone to advocate for you during negotiations to ensure you are getting the best deal possible.

What are your legal options?

You may have available to you an action in a Commission, Tribunal or court. It is important that you

How do our employment lawyers help you?

We are able to assist you during negotiations as well as review any terms of settlement that are presented to you following negotiations. For more information on Settle Agreements, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

I have been offered a job with a new company, can we negotiate the terms of my employment or do I have to accept whatever they have put in the contract?

Contracts are traditionally just an agreement between parties.  It is possible to negotiate terms in a contract but in reality it is often quite difficult to do this because of employees bargaining power.

My employer wants me to resign.  I would be willing to do this if I was compensated accordingly, how can I achieve this?

This is a complicated and quite emotive area of employment law.  We recommend that you think about what you want and get help in entering into negotiations.

My employer has placed me on a disciplinary action plan.  We have decided that we will negotiate the best way forward, can I get any help from a lawyer with this?

Yes you can, it is often helpful to get a third party who is acting in your interests to assist you in negotiations.

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