New Employment Hour in 30 Show Busts Myths and Reveals Workplace Rights Often Ignored
TORONTO, Nov. 3, 2017 – Samfiru Tumarkin LLP is proud to announce the Saturday, November 4th debut of Employment Hour in 30 – a weekly 30-minute television program that will introduce millions of Ontarians to the employment rights they didn’t even know they had.
Airing Saturdays at 10 a.m. ET on Global Television in Ontario, the program features prominent employment lawyer Lior Samfiru and host John Scholes tackling the most important facets of employment law that are far too often overlooked and ignored by both employees and employers. From grossly inadequate severance pay, to sexual harassment in the workplace, and employees being routinely mislabeled as independent contractors, Employment Hour in 30 will debunk the myths that have caused employees to miss out on their full workplaces rights and entitlements for years.
“Every day, I talk to dozens of workers in Ontario who are shocked to learn that they do in fact have rights in many situations, or are owed much more severance pay than the minimum amounts suggested by the Ontario Ministry of Labour,” said Samfiru. “With Employment Hour in 30, we can inform, educate and address some of the misconceptions that people have about their workplace rights.”
Employment Hour in 30 builds on the success of The Employment Hour, the live and interactive radio program airing regularly on AM 640 (Toronto), AM 900 CHML (Hamilton), CKNW AM 980 (Vancouver) and Newstalk 580 CFRA (Ottawa).
“Whether we are discussing the Severance Pay Calculator, maternity leave, wrongful dismissal, or what to do about a bad boss, we will thoroughly explore the employment issues that matter most to the residents of Ontario.”
Viewers interested in submitting a question about a specific aspect of employment law are encouraged to contact email@example.com
For more information about Employment Hour in 30, please visit employmenthourtv.ca.
About Lior Samfiru
Lior Samfiru resolves workplace problems. He has established a reputation as a leading employment lawyer in Ontario and British Columbia, and is one of the most sought after authorities on employment law.
Samfiru recently launched a $200 million class-action lawsuit against Uber Technologies Inc. on behalf of tens of thousands of Ontario residents, alleging that drivers for the ride-sharing giant should be classified as employees.
In 2015, Samfiru represented shocked employees following the closure of dozens of Future Shop stores across Canada.