With over 20 years combined in human resource management and employment law experience, Erika brings a practical approach to client matters.
Erika is the founder of Bridge Legal & HR Solutions. With her extensive experience, Erika is equipped to address all of your HR & employment law needs, no matter how complex they may be. Focusing on impartial, third-party workplace investigations, Erika has conducted numerous investigations throughout her career, both as an internal investigator and an external investigator. These investigations have included harassment, bullying, sexual harassment, toxic or poisoned work environment, discrimination, and many more.
Erika is a member and Certificate Holder of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI), as well as its Canadian chapter (CAWI) which is a not-for-profit organization focused on enhancing the quality of workplace investigations internationally.
Jandre provides superior customer service and tailored solutions suitable for the unique needs of each client.
Jandre is an employment lawyer at Bridge Legal & HR Solutions. With background in philosophy and law, Jandre approaches his work with a keen eye for detail. His focus is on providing comprehensive and timely advice to employers for every stage of the employment relationship. Whether you are looking for advice on employment contracts, human resource policies, human rights, occupational health & safety, or accessibility matters, Jandre is available to provide effective and exceptional client service.
To better serve your needs, Jandre is fluent in both English and Serbian/Croatian.
With more than a decade of international human resource mobility experience at some of Toronto’s most prominent immigration law firms, Sarah ably facilitates the movement of talent across borders.
Sarah works in association with Bridge Legal & HR Solutions, through her firm Adler Law. Sarah practices in the area of corporate immigration law. She provides immigration legal solutions to professionals, specialized service providers, students and multinational employers hiring or relocating key employees to Canada.
Sarah understands business. Complementing her legal counsel, Sarah also provides strategic advice on corporate immigration matters such developing immigration policies and best practices for companies, compliance requirements, project staffing and bid planning, immigration considerations for companies expanding into Canada, and the consequences of changes in corporate ownership on foreign personnel.
Sarah is called to the bar in the Province of Ontario and New York State and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the New York State Bar.
Based in the National Capital Region, Juliana Saxberg is a bilingual, senior lawyer with over 15 years experience practicing employment, labour, workplace privacy, human rights, pension and benefits, administrative, and Constitutional law, corporate and non-profit governance, director and officer liability, public law, and judicial review, in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia.
Juliana’s extensive litigation experience includes conducting dozens of arbitration hearings, administrative tribunal matters, judicial review, and appellate proceedings. In addition to her extensive practical experience, Juliana has appeared at numerous conferences and delivered training, seminars, legislative consultation submissions, and papers on topics in human rights, administrative, privacy, and labour and employment law. In her spare time, Juliana enjoys playing the guitar, sewing, yoga, and spending time with her three children and two senior Jack Russell Terriers at their lakeside cottage in Val-des-Monts, Québec.
Nadia has over 15 years of experience providing integration and alignment of human resources with business strategy.