Wrongful Dismissal Lawyers Mississauga

Wrongful Dismissal Lawyers Mississauga - With a snap of your employer's fingers, you are demoted or you lose your job and your life crumbles apart. Try as you might, it is not possible to support your family when your savings are gone and you can't find gainful work. If this is you, it is possible that you have a wrongful dismissal situation against your boss.

Nevertheless, lets say you are an employer and you want to fire someone but do not want to risk a lawsuit. There are some vital questions that you need answered and a wrongful dismissal lawyer can help answer them.

A wrongful dismissal lawyer can offer advice as well as answers to be able to help handle your difficult case. Our company prides itself in ensuring that your rights are protected whilst helping you accomplish your personal goals.

If you take legal action for a wrongful dismissal, you can be compensated by the courts for the amounts you would have been given according to your previous salary and benefits. However, whichever pay or notice which you received is subtracted from the awarded amount.

It is your duty to search for a job after your position is terminated. The court takes into account your efforts, but will likewise subtract whatever wages earned during the reasonable notice period from the awarded amount.

If you were given notice less than you were entitled to, for example, the court could recalculate the amount could have earned at a new job and award damages accordingly. The courts take into account moving expenses, stock options, vacation pay, bonuses, pension, insurance and medical plans when determining how much damages they should award.

In extreme situations, the court may likewise compensate a worker for undergoing mental distress, defamation or abuse after termination.

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Mississauga is a Southern Ontario city in the western part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), part of the Regional Municipality of Peel. Mississauga is a fast growing city, doubling its people each and every decade for the last couple of decades. It is Canada's sixth most heavily populated municipality (pop. 734,000) and the 3rd most heavily populated city on the Great Lakes. Between the year 1986 and the year 1991, Mississauga had the largest growth in population of whichever city in Canada. Population growth has slowed somewhat ever since then, even if a sustained growth in population continues. Inhabitants of the city of Mississauga are called Mississaugans.

Mississauga's growth is primarily due to its history as a Toronto suburb...