HR is complicated.

The solution is not.

The e2r™ team of certified HR professionals and employment lawyers have been offering HR peace of mind to Canadian businesses for over 21 years.

e2r Team

e2r™ Membership

e2r™ Core

  • Unlimited HR & employment law advice provided by your dedicated team of employment/labour lawyers & certified HR professionals
  • Welcome HR Audit
  • Labour relations matters including interpretation of collective agreements and response to grievances
  • Regular updates regarding human resources and employment/labour law matters via Alerts & monthly webinars
  • Member Portal including policies, how-to-guides, template documents, trainings & employment standards charts
  • Member Benefits including exclusive offers from a select group of preferred partners! Services include background checks, immigration law support, employee handbook software, and much more!


  • Unlimited written advice & support including:
    • Employment agreements
    • Performance communications
    • Termination letters
    • Employee communications
  • Job descriptions
  • Assistance with labour relations documentation including replies to grievances and union/employee communications
  • Medical file management
  • Mergers and acquisitions support
  • Annual update of e2r™ customized employee policy handbook


  • Includes Plus Add-on
  • Development of HR infrastructure including:
    • Performance management
    • Recruitment (resume vetting, initial telephone screens & short list)
  • Exit interviews
  • Fully customized employee handbook
  • Harassment investigations & reports
  • Mediation
  • HR Listen
  • Employer collective bargaining response to union proposals
  • e2r™ Advisor led training

How it Works

Core provides you with unlimited verbal advice.  But when you require follow-up customized written documents such as contracts or policies, simply add Plus or Premium.

When the written work is completed, remove the Add-on…or not!

How it Works
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e2r Member Portal

Membership has its perks!

e2r™ Member Portal

Explore a variety of resources to elevate your HR expertise!

Looking to boost your HR knowledge and skills? You’re in the right place! Our Member Portal provides a wide array of resources to support your HR journey. From informative documents to webinars, engaging trainings, and detailed how-to-guides, we offer everything you need in one convenient location. Stay ahead in HR and maximize your efforts with our extensive resource collection.

Take a glimpse into your Member Portal

Company-wide, multi-user login, and easy-to-use search function.

e2r Member Portal
Stay informed with e2r solutions

    Stay informed with new and important HR and employment law developments via our bi-weekly Alerts and monthly
    HR In A Car episodes.

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    Ontario Court Strikes Down Another Termination Clause…This Time Including New Reasoning

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    Collaborative Hiring Enhances Employee Engagement and Onboarding! (March 2024)

    Employee Behaviour Changes – “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” – Don’t Do It Employers! (February 2024)

    Confidentiality and Cafes (January 2024)

    Should Employers Issue Unpaid Disciplinary Suspensions? (December 2023)