Edmonton Workplace Harassment Lawyers
You deserve a workplace environment free from harassment and abuse
Do you feel you are being harassed in the workplace?
Nobody deserves to feel degraded or threatened at work. If you are dealing with what seems to be harassment in the workplace, it is time to seek advice.
Workplace harassment is usually a series of incidents but can be one severe incident, which undermines, frustrates or provokes a person. Workplace harassment can occur in the workplace, while travelling for work, at employer-sponsored training activities/sessions, or even at certain social events endorsed by the employer.
One of the most important things to know about harassment is that there are time limits on when you can file a complaint. If you feel you have been harassed, do not delay in seeking advice. Call Virk Law for a consultation today.
Virk Law Harassment Consultation Itinerary (75-90 Minutes)
Step 1: Employment Information
The first step is gathering information about the employee and the employer – where was the employee working? For how long?
Step 2: Harassment Information
The next step is to review the alleged harassment. When did it occur? Who was involved? What happened? Are there witnesses? How did the employer react? Information is key. Virk Law has a proven process for getting the right information to get successful results.
Step 3: The Current Position
An employee’s current position can affect how we deal with a case. Are you an employer faced with a harassment complaint? Are you a current employee? Do you want to keep your job? Is the harassment ongoing? Is the harassment over but you still feel you need justice? The wants and needs of our clients come second only to the law. Figuring out your position helps us assist you in getting where you want to go.
Step 4: Your Situation Determines What We Offer
After establishing a comprehensive picture of your situation, we will try to lay out what options are available to you. Every case is different. Our job is to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision and to advise on what we think is best.
Step 5: Your Case Going Forward
Once we decide how to proceed, we will start to build your case based on the information given to us. Many cases settle, but some do not. We will advise you about how your case will advance so that you have a clear picture of what to expect going forward.