TORONTO, Aug. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Achkar Law, an experienced law firm specializing in employment and human rights law, offers free consultations to terminated or terminated employees.
Announced mass layoffs may be just the beginning
This initiative is offered due to the recent mass layoffs in Canada. Netflix, Wealthsimple, and Shopify Inc. recently announced significant job cuts due to deteriorating economic conditions.
“Anyone who gets fired deserves help”
As economic conditions deteriorate, employees at companies large and small should expect more layoffs.
Christopher Achkar, Founder of Achkar Law, said: “It’s not just the employees of big companies that matter.”
Employment lawyers say small gestures are needed during recession
In response to these concerns, Achkar Law has committed to improving access to justice for those experiencing dismissal.
“The economy is not healthy. If we don’t help each other, things will get worse,” says Achkar.
Improving access to justice
Until August 31, affected individuals can schedule a free consultation with Achkar Law for expert legal advice. Laid-off employees have the opportunity to deal with financially devastating issues.
“If you lost your job due to a layoff or furlough, please message or email me. [email protected] Send it to us with the subject line ‘Code Blue: I was Terminated’ and we’ll schedule a meeting for free,” says Achkar.
The service will run until the end of August and may continue depending on the situation.
To schedule a free consultation with Achkar Law’s legal team, please visit the Achkar Law website or call 1-800-771-7882.
Contact Us Achkar Law – Employment and Human Rights Lawyer
For more information, please visit our website at achkarlaw.com or contact us. [email protected] Or call 1-800-771-7882.
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