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Chaudhri takes deep dive into the looming mass lay-off of thousands of City of Toronto Employees

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TORONTO - eTradeWire -- The City of Toronto revises vaccine policy, stating the employees must be vaccinated by November 1st, or be suspended for 6-weeks without pay.

By November, 3,200-4700 unvaccinated/undisclosed City of Toronto employees may find themselves unemployed.

"Essentially, a group of employees the size of a small town is about to face consequences unlike anything we have ever seen." -Toronto Lawyer, Sunira Chaudhri

How will the City of Toronto deal with this many terminations, as well as union pressures it will face? Toronto Employment Lawyer and Workly Law Founder, Sunira Chaudhri breaks it all down in her latest Toronto Sun Column, New vaccine mandate may leave thousands of City of Toronto workers unemployed. (https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/chaud...)

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While some lawyers are calling for employees to be terminated "for cause", the legal cost and risks are too high.  The most likely outcome is that the city will offer severance packages in December.

For a more detailed breakdown, Toronto Employment Lawyer, Sunira Chaudhri is available for media appearances.

About Workly law

Workly Law represents clients in all areas of employment and labour law. With a focus on employer, employee and start-up companies that are looking to scale their workforce. Workly Law has the experience, resources and expertise to help you achieve your goals.

Workly Law was founded by Sunira Chaudhri, an employment lawyer that has built an expertise in employment litigation over the last 10 years. Sunira is a frequent contributor to media outlets on issues of labour, employment and human rights.

Please direct any media inquiries to Hajra Batool: Hbatool@worklylaw.com, 647-370-9787

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