Employment Law

“Whether you are an employer or an employee, it is important to resolve employment matters  quickly and fairly so both sides can move on.”

Maria N. Sirivar


For employees, changes to your employment situation can be one of the most stressful life events you will ever experience. Whether it is a job loss or changes due to a corporate restructure or buyout, they can have a major impact on your employment situation.

If you have been fired, it is imperative that you must understand your rights under the law so you can ensure you are receiving the compensation and other items you are legally entitled to.

At Sirivar Law, we empathize with our clients that are going through this often difficult situation. Our goal is to provide you with the necessary information and advice so you can make an informed decision about your particular situation. We will walk you through this and provide the guidance you need so you know you are received everything you are eligible for.

Understanding Employment Law

Employers who fail to meet their obligations when terminating employees may have to contend with significant financial consequences as a result. They may also have to deal with the impact these missteps could have on the company’s reputation with various stakeholders.

The challenging part with employment law is that the employment relationship is governed by as many as four types of legislation at two levels of government. That is why it is important to have good legal counsel at your side to ensure your employer is compliant with the laws and that you receive all that they are entitled to.