Sarah Crossley has extensive experience representing clients in labour and employment matters, with a background advising employers in both federal and provincial jurisdictions. She provides practical and strategic advice to clients in a variety of workplace matters, including human rights, performance management and terminations, collective agreement administration and the development of employment contracts and policies. Sarah regularly acts as employer counsel in wrongful dismissal litigation, grievance arbitrations and human rights proceedings. She also conducts workplace investigations. Sarah works with clients in a range of industries, including manufacturing, technology, retail, financial services, gaming and pharmaceutical.
A frequent speaker on employment and labour matters, Sarah has delivered presentations at industry events and training sessions for clients on such issues as conducting lawful and effective workplace investigations, accommodating employee disabilities, workplace discrimination and harassment, terminations and the benefits of employment agreements. She is a past course instructor for the employment law course at the Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario (part of the CHRP certification program) and for the HR Law for HR Professionals Certificate Program at Osgoode Professional Development, Osgoode Hall Law School.