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Chanelle Wong is an associate in the labour and employment group. Chanelle advises and represents employers on a wide range of labour, employment, and human rights issues, in both unionized and non-unionized environments. She provides practical and strategic advice to employers at all stages of the employment relationship, from hiring to dismissal. Chanelle advises on compliance with all workplace statutory requirements, including employment standards, labour relations, occupational health and safety, and human rights legislation. She drafts and reviews workplace documents, including employment agreements, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, as well as company policies, including respectful workplace, privacy, drug and alcohol, and harassment policies.
Chanelle represents clients at mediations, arbitrations, and other legal proceedings, and has assisted with work-place related investigations. She has acted for clients on all aspects of workplace law, including wrongful dismissals, disability issues, discrimination claims, bullying and harassment claims, union grievances, and certification applications. Chanelle has represented clients at the Provincial and Supreme courts of BC, the BC Labour Relations Board, Employment Standards Branch, and Human Rights Tribunal, and before various labour arbitrators.
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J.D., Queen's University, 2014
B.A., University of British Columbia, 2010
- British Columbia 2015
- Queen’s Law Dean’s Honour List, 2013-14
- Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP Prize in Torts, Queen’s University
- Reuben Wells Leonard Prize in Taxation, Queen’s University
"The Broad Scope of Religious Accommodation: Non-Traditional Religions, Secularism, and the Employer’s Duty to Accommodate" (co-author: Marino Sveinson), Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers 12th Annual Conference, September 2015.
"Case Law Update on the Provision of Services under Section 8" (co-author: Carolyn M. MacEachern), Continuing Legal Education of British Columbia Human Rights Law Conference, November 2017.
- CBA BC Employment Law Section Executive - Vice Chair, Legislative Liaison, and Young Lawyer Liaison
Ringing in 2023 with a positive decision on termination clauses
Publication | February 9, 2023
2022 Employment and labour trends in British Columbia
Webinar | November 4, 2022
Disputed: Just cause | S2 EP14
Podcast | October 5, 2022