Stephanie Ramsay, speaks to Canadian HR Reporter about the first federal pay equity decision on multiple plan applications.
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Law Society of Ontario
Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D.
Western University, B.A. (Hons.)
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Stephanie provides strategic and practical advice to public and private sector employers on a range of labour and employment issues, including hiring, discipline, policy drafting and implementation, accommodation and disability management, collective agreement interpretation, and workplace violence and harassment.
Stephanie represents clients in wrongful dismissal claims, disability benefits litigation, human rights complaints, and grievance arbitrations. Stephanie has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and in grievance arbitration. In addition, Stephanie regularly provides training on employment standards, litigation management, human rights and the duty to accommodate, and workplace investigations.
Stephanie also has a growing pay equity practice and advises employers in the provincial and federal sectors.
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Stephanie Ramsay has joined the Firm’s partnership. Stephanie works out of the Firm's office in Toronto ON.
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Kim Nusbaum has joined the Firm’s partnership. Kim works out of the Firm's office in Victoria BC.
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Stephanie Ramsay has joined our Toronto office as Counsel. Welcome to the team!
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