Project Description

Pamela Krauss, LL.B, H.BSc.

Morrison Reist

Employment Lawyer

Website: www.morrisonresit.com
Email: pkrauss@morrisonresit.com
Phone: 519-576-5351
Fax: 519-576-5411

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Pamela practices law at the firm of Morrison Reist in Kitchener, Ontario. She was called to the Ontario bar in 2006 after receiving her Bachelors of Science degree and Bachelor of Laws degrees from the University of Western Ontario. She has been steadily growing her employment law practise in the region. Representing both employees and employers Pamela:

  1. effectively negotiates employment and non-competition agreements;
  2. advises and advocates in respect severance packages, wrongful dismissals, constructive dismissals, employment standards, human rights compliance and claims, enforcement of non competition clauses, personal and psychological harassment and accommodation of disabled employees ; and
  3. assists employers with preparing violence and harassment policies, non-disclosure agreements, overtime policies, risk assessments on sale/purchases of business, social media policies and dismissal protocols.

Pamela has a particularly keen interest in psychological safety in the workplace and liability related to mental illness and mental injury resulting from abusive workplace environments. Morrison Reist also offers expertise in mediation and workplace investigations.

Pamela is dedicated to continuing legal education, community leadership and volunteerism. Pamela has recently spoken on mental health in the workplace at the Grand Valley Chapter Human Resources Professionals Association conference, and on working notice of termination both at a Law Society of Upper Canada Conference for Employment Lawyers and at the Human Resources Professionals Association yearly legal update in Toronto. Pamela is currently the chair of the Alzheimer Society of Kitchener-Waterloo and Co-Chair of the Joint Integration Committee of the Alzheimers Societies of Kitchener-Waterloo, Guelph and Cambridge. In that role she has undergone governance training through the Kitchener-Waterloo Community Foundation and Leadership Waterloo. She is also an alumni of Engage, a program of The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation designed to inspire local entrepreneurs, aspiring community leaders, and investors to invest in the future of the community.

Pamela is elated to be a member of WINC.