Franklin Law’s Duty of Fair Representation Course
Don’t be a Statistic. Maximize your chances of winning. Sign-up for Franklin Law’s Duty of Fair Representation Course.
You know that Unions have played a central role in obtaining the rights you currently enjoy as a worker but somehow that fact is of little comfort to you now. You were wronged by your employer and expected that your Union would stand up for you rights.
But now it seems that your Union does not have your back. You expected mistreatment from your employer but could not have predicted that your Union could make your situation worse. You’re angry and when your co-worker tells you that you should file a duty of fair representation complaint against your Union, you’re not sure what to do.
The fact is that only 1-5% of Union members who file duty of fair representation complaints against their Unions win. Don’t be a statistic. Enroll in Franklin Law’s Duty of Fair Representation Course and understand whether or not you should file a complaint and how to maximize your chances of winning.
Learn from Ron Franklin, the founder of Franklin Law – a Toronto-based employment, labour and human rights lawyer who works exclusively with workers.
Sign up now for Toronto’s only monthly course on the Duty of Fair of Representation designed for Union Members and Representatives
COURSE DATES: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 and Wednesday, December 12, 2012
WHERE: The Centre for Social Innovation, Room 6, 720 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R4
TIME: 6pm to 9pm
COST: $100 plus HST per person
REGISTER: online - http://franklinlaw.ca/courses/ or call 416-482-0799. Maximum 15 participants per session. Sign up today.
ABOUT FRANKLIN LAW: Franklin Law is made up of a diverse group of lawyers, law students and volunteers drawn together by their shared commitment to working with and fighting for workers and Unions that represent them. Our lawyers work in areas where workers need us the most. We routinely assist workers in: severance package reviews and negotiations, wrongful dismissal actions, constructive dismissal actions, human rights complaints, unjust dismissal complaints, contract negotiations and disputes, non-competition and non-solicitation clause disputes, workers’ compensation claims, grievance arbitration, duty of fair representation complaints and employment insurance claims.
LEARN MORE: http://www.franklinlaw.ca