Cory Sully provides practical and strategic advice to employers on a wide range of employment and labour matters, such as the hiring and termination of employees, collective agreement disputes and interpretation, and the duty to accommodate. She assists employers in dealing with and responding to wrongful dismissal actions, bullying and harassment complaints, and discrimination complaints. She also advises employers on compliance with employment standards, workers compensation, and human rights legislation.
She regularly drafts and reviews various types of workplace agreements, policies, and procedures, including employment agreements, confidentiality agreements, restrictive covenants, bullying and harassment policies, privacy policies, drug and alcohol policies, and social media policies.
Cory counsels clients on a wide range of privacy issues, such as responding to access to information requests, records retention and management issues, and employee monitoring and surveillance. Cory also provides advice on compliance with federal and provincial privacy legislation, including notice and consent requirements.
Cory is a current executive member of the British Columbia Employment Law and Freedom of Information & Privacy Law sections of the Canadian Bar Association.