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Senior Associate – Disputes, Labour and Employment

No de reference: SALE_-_07-28-21
toronto
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The Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG), Canada’s leading, innovative and client-focused law firm, is seeking a Senior Associate – Disputes, Labour and Employment.

We are looking for:

  • A 3-6 year Disputes Associate with demonstrated experience in the area of Labour and Employment law and working knowledge of the challenges facing the workplace today
  • This position offers the opportunity for a full practice with a focus on providing clients with practical, efficient and consistent advice on employment and labour issues including disciplinary action, terminations, disability, human rights, workplace health and safety and workplace investigations
  • The candidate will have an opportunity work alongside professionals recognized for their extensive and in-depth industry experience across organizations of all sizes, federally- or provincially-regulated, unionized or non-unionized
  • The ideal candidate will be a team player with strong analytical, personal, oral and written communication skills

How to Apply

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Everyone at BLG is required to carry out the duties of their role while upholding the important principles of our respectful workplace policies, and treating everyone with respect, regardless of position. At BLG, valuing diversity and inclusion is key to a respectful workplace.

BLG is committed to building and fostering a workplace that is reflective of our communities, where all firm members feel included, valued, and heard. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates but acknowledge the systemic and structural barriers that have, historically, marginalized and barred certain groups from accessing employment opportunities. As part of our commitment to removing barriers to employment, we strongly encourage applications from members of these historically marginalized groups including, but not limited to, Indigenous peoples, racialized individuals, members of the LGBTQ+ community, people with disabilities and women. Accommodations are available, upon request, in all aspects of the recruitment process.

*Please note that relatives of current BLG employees and partners are not eligible for consideration.