Q: Does Stringer act for U.S. based companies with employees in Canada?

A: Yes. Our firm has advised and represented clients based in the U.S. since its inception. We understand the challenges faced by U.S. employers when confronted with Canadian employment problems. We also understand the challenges faced by U.S. firms when trying to operate across borders with a common H.R. corporate culture. We help U.S. employers achieve their goals while still complying with Canadian employment laws.

Read our Canadian Employment Law Review for U.S. Employers.

As a member of the Worklaw Network, we are able to tap into a network of expert firms just like ours throughout the U.S.  This allows us to ensure our clients get access to the best advice.     

Finally, we help employers navigate the waters to obtain the work permits required for cross-border hiring of employees in a wide range of occupational groups, including inter-company and cross-border transfers under NAFTA and GATS. Please contact our Corporate Immigration Counsel, Naseem, for assistance.

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