Hena Singh, B.A., M.A., LL.B., is one of the founding partners of Singh Lamarche LLP, a boutique employment law and workplace investigation firm in downtown Toronto. Hena is a widely recognized employment lawyer and workplace investigator and regularly assists clients with workplace issues of all types – from the contemplation of the creation of an employment relationship, to assisting in its continuation, as well as termination. Hena is the recent author of the book A Practical Guide to Conducting Workplace Investigations. Hena is a frequent presenter on various employment law and workplace investigation topics.
We asked Hena about her background, practice and the challenges that she faces as a solo practitioner.
"Time management is always a perfectly unaccomplished goal. Given the nature of our practice, your day can change very quickly with one phone call. "
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