Labour Lawyers accepting cases in Parkwoods-O'Connor Hills Toronto Ontario

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Parkwoods-O'Connor Hills Toronto Labour Lawyers

Hyde HR Law accepts Labour clients from the Parkwoods-O'Connor Hills neighbourhood. The neighbourhood, Parkwoods-O'Connor Hills is located in the eastern part of North York. The neighbourhood boundary for Parkwoods-O'Connor Hills starts where the Don River East Branch intersects with Duncan Mill Road and goes east along Duncan Mill Road across Don Mill Road and becomes Graydon Hall Drive. The boundary continues northeast along Graydon Hall Drive for approximately 50 metres then cuts east along a planning boundary back to Graydon Hall Drive. The boundary continues east on Graydon Hall Drive, which turns into Fenelon Drive at a bend going south. The boundary continues south on Fenelon Drive to Underpass Gate and goes east to the Don Valley Parkway. The boundary continues south along the Don Valley Parkway to Brookbanks Drive. At Brookbanks Drive the boundary goes east to Underhill Drive, then goes along Underhill Drive briefly to Cassandra Boulevard. The boundary continues east along Cassandra Boulevard to Victoria Park Avenue and turns south to Lawrence Avenue East. At Lawrence Avenue East, the boundary continues west to the Don River East Branch. At the Don River East Branch, the boundary then continues north, back to Duncan Mill Road.

About Parkwoods-O'Connor Hills

O'Connor–Parkview is a neighbourhood in the East York area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. While the name is taken from the definition used by the city of Toronto, local residents are more familiar with the niche areas that define the larger neighbourhood. It is a very diverse neighbourhood that includes English-speaking and Greeks in the west, to the Tamil speakers in the east and Bengali people in the south. It includes low-income highrises, to huge property lots. The smaller areas included inside the neighbourhood[citation needed] are Topham Park, Woodbine Gardens and Parkview Hills. O'Connor–Parkview Neighbourhood View of O'Connor–Parkview from O'Connor and St. Clair Avenue East The three neighbourhoods of the area Coordinates: 43°42'20"N 79°18'46"W Country Canada Province Ontario City Toronto Community Toronto & East York Changed Municipality 1924 East York from York 1998 Toronto from East York Government • MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith (Beaches-East York) • MPP Rima Berns-McGown (Beaches-East York) • Councillor Brad Bradford (Ward 31 Beaches-East York) Located southeast of the Don Valley, the neighbourhood is bordered on the South by Taylor-Massey Creek (which flows west into the Don), to the east by Victoria Park Avenue and to the north by Holland Avenue.

Areas of Practice

Labour Arbitrations

Labour arbitration is the dispute settling process in a unionized workplace. Labour arbitration can be used to resolve union grievances, contested policies, or for the negotiation of a new collective agreement.

Collective Bargaining

Collective agreements are fairly complex, and an inexpertly drafted agreement can significantly increase the cost of doing business. During collective bargaining negotiations, employers must consider every facet of employee relations for years to come.

Construction Labour

Construction labour law is more complicated and rule-driven than any other industry in the province. In Ontario, construction labour law is characterized by divisions based on sector, craft, and geographical area, as well as collective agreements that automatically apply to newly certified employers.

Transportation Labour

Labour law in the transportation sector is highly specialized. Either provincial or federal law can apply, depending on the exact nature of the work. Employers may also have certain rights to conduct drug and alcohol testing on employees. Expert legal advice is critical for companies who operate in this industry.

Aviation Labour

Labour law in the aviation sector largely falls under federal jurisdiction. Aviation labour law expertise requires an understanding of how the aviation sector works, together with a detailed knowledge of federal standards and jurisprudence.

Union Avoidance

Keeping your workplace union-free requires careful and strategic planning long before any union organizing drive even begins. One wrong move in the course of a union drive can lead to your business becoming automatically certified.

Defence to Union Grievances

A union grievance constitutes a ‘dispute’ under a collective bargaining agreement. Unions often seek to extend their power by filing grievances. Employers should always respond, with the help of a qualified labour lawyer.

Applications for Certification

Applications for Certification are, at the end of the day, decided by employees. However, employers have certain rights to participate in these matters, which can often make the difference between becoming certified or remaining union-free.

Termination of Bargaining Rights

Termination of Bargaining Rights, also known as “decertification”, occurs when employees no longer wish to be represented by their union. Any hint of employer influence during decertification can thwart the entire process.

Unfair Labour Practice Complaints

Employers have the right to communicate with employees about unionization – even in the course of a union organizing campaign. Employers cannot, however, use coercion, threats, intimidation, promises, or undue influence to turn employees against the union, or else risk an Unfair Labour Practice (ULP) complaint.

Our Labour Lawyers

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