Kent Employment Law

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    Kent Employment Law is an employment law firm with offices in Vancouver and Kelowna. We advise employers and employees throughout the province of British Columbia on all employment-related legal matters, including employee contracts, wrongful dismissal, severance packages, Employment Standards issues, disability, and workplace harassment and discrimination. We serve clients from a wide variety of industries and backgrounds, with a specific focus on empowering people and organizations by protecting their legal rights.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2000
    HQVancouver, CA
    Websitekentemploymentlaw.com

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)16(-11%)
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Kent Employment Law

    Lisa Ebel

    Lisa Ebel

    Administrative Assistant
    Richard Johnson

    Richard Johnson

    Partner (Vancouver)
    Simon Kent

    Simon Kent

    Founder (Vancouver)
    Wendy Woloshyn

    Wendy Woloshyn

    Chief Operations Officer
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    Kent Employment Law Office Locations

    Kent Employment Law has offices in Vancouver, Kelowna, Surrey and Victoria
    Vancouver, CA (HQ)
    1285 W Broadway #560
    Kelowna, CA
    1630 Pandosy St #501
    Surrey, CA
    9639 137a St Unit G2
    Victoria, CA
    300 - 848 Courtney Street
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    Kent Employment Law Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2000

    Kent Employment Law Cybersecurity Score

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    82/100

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    Kent Employment Law Blogs

    Ask A B Corp Twitter Chat with Richard Johnson

    On May 14, Kent Employment Law Partner Richard Johnson joined #AskABCorp for a live Twitter chat covering a wide range of employment law issues particularly relevant during the COVID-19 climate. Richard was on hand to answer questions about furloughs and layoffs, workers’ rights, government benefits…

    COVID-19 and Employee Vacation Time: Richard Johnson speaks to Canadian HR Reporter

    5 key questions on vacation time with COVID-19 By John Dujay, Canadian HR Reporter, April 28, 2020 With so many workers being laid off or working reduced hours, vacation time is becoming one of the hot-button issues facing employers and HR during the pandemic. Do they have the right to force workers…

    HR and Employment Law Issues During COVID-19 (Webinar Recording Available)

    HR and Employment Law Issues During COVID-19 BC Non-Profit Housing Association April 30, 2020, 10:00 am – 11:30 am Webinar On April 30, the BCNPHA presented a free webinar for employers seeking help navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. In this 90 minute session, legal and HR experts Simon Kent (Founder…

    HR and Legal Considerations for Employers Navigating the Pandemic Crisis (Webinar Series)

    HR and Legal Considerations for Employers Navigating the Pandemic Crisis  CapriCMW Benefits Advisors April 28, May 5, May 12, 2020 (All 2:00 pm PST) Webinar As businesses adjust operations and adapt to the rapidly-changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers are facing similar challen…

    Government Assistance for Businesses during COVID-19, Part 2: Export Development Canada Loan Guarantee

    By Trevor Thomas. This is the second post in a three-part series covering the three credit programs that the Canadian Federal government has established for businesses that have been affected by COVID-19. In Part 1, we wrote about the Canada Emergency Business Account. Below, we review the second op…

    COVID-19 and the Courts

    By Michael Bellomo. BC’s courts are closed. How will this affect your legal matter? Read on to find out. Operations suspended As you have likely already heard, last month the British Columbia Supreme Court suspended regular court operations to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Initially, the Cour…
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    Kent Employment Law Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Kent Employment Law founded?

      Kent Employment Law was founded in 2000.

    • Who are Kent Employment Law key executives?

      Kent Employment Law's key executives are Lisa Ebel, Richard Johnson and Simon Kent.

    • How many employees does Kent Employment Law have?

      Kent Employment Law has 16 employees.

    • Who are Kent Employment Law competitors?

      Competitors of Kent Employment Law include Slaughter & May, Norton Rose Fulbright and Clifford Chance.

    • Where is Kent Employment Law headquarters?

      Kent Employment Law headquarters is located at 1285 W Broadway #560, Vancouver.

    • Where are Kent Employment Law offices?

      Kent Employment Law has offices in Vancouver, Kelowna, Surrey and Victoria.

    • How many offices does Kent Employment Law have?

      Kent Employment Law has 4 offices.