Lennie Lejasisaks practices labour, employment, human rights law, advising unionized and non-unionized employers across the private and public sector. Lennie provides strategic advice and representation to employers in all matters arising out of the workplace.
Lennie has a broad practice, including matters relating to collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations, collective agreement interpretation, human rights, accommodation, disability management, health and safety, workers’ compensation, workplace investigations, restructurings and downsizings, employment contracts and terminations, and wrongful dismissals. Lennie has represented clients before arbitrators, courts, the Ontario Labour Relations Board and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
Lennie has significant experience in the health care sector, having worked in-house at an acute care hospital as Chief Privacy and Human Resources Officer where he practiced labour and employment law and oversaw the human resources department. Lennie prides himself on understanding the challenges facing employers and acting as a strategic partner to provide practical and timely advice.