Immigration Lawyer in Mississauga

Immigration Lawyer in Mississauga - Our firm knows that human resources are the most valuable asset of a business or organization. With more than 80 professionals specializing in management employment and labour law, our firm leads the way in the representation of employers. We help assist clients with a wide range of employment and labour needs, like for example expanding or decreasing operations, strengthening the workers, or resolving disputes.

Our team consists of researchers, lawyers specializing in labour and employment law, paralegals and law clerks, and occupational health and safety nurses who have extensive experience in workforce compensation concerns. We serve both non-unionized and unionized, private and public sector employers. Our clients can depend on us for personalized, cost-effective solutions to whatever work-related problems. We work closely along with our clients' in-house legal counsel, labour relations and human resources. By managing their files and cases, we allow them to remain focused on day-to-day business. As professional advisors, we foster long-term relationships, offer ongoing strategic advice, and develop an understanding of every clients' unique requirements.

Our firm helps employees in a lot of industries, consisting of air traffic control, agriculture, aerospace, atomic energy, banking, financial services, insurance, manufacturing, health care, retail, food service, mining, education, electrical utilities, high-tech, forestry, pharmaceuticals, construction, media, telecommunications, government, longshoring, shipping, postal, security and personnel services, transportation and courier.

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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...