Andrew Zabrovsky is a labour, employment and human rights lawyer in Hicks Morley’s Toronto office. Andrew advises clients in both the public and private sectors on all aspects of their labour and employment relationships, with a specific focus on human rights issues.
Andrew regularly appears as counsel before labour arbitrators, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and in the federal and Ontario civil courts. Andrew regularly provides ongoing advice to clients on legislative compliance with employment standards and human rights legislation, and is one of key resources on compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). Andrew regularly assists clients with complicated human rights complaints, attendance management, workplace accommodation and workplace harassment issues, and provides training to clients throughout the province on workplace accommodation and workplace investigations.
Awards & Recognition
Legal 500 Canada 2018
Labour and Employment Law
Memberships & Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association – Member
Ontario Bar Association – Member (Labour & Employment and Municipal Law sections)
Select Publications & Presentations
“Human Resources Law: The Year in Review” AdvantAge Ontario (January 16, 2019)
“Human Resources Law: The Year in Review” AdvantAge Ontario (January 26, 2018)
“Legal Update on Human Rights and Employment Law” 2017 HRPA President’s Meeting (January 31, 2017)
“Mental Health – Facing the Challenges to Workplace Inclusion” Frontiers of Human Rights in Canadian Workplaces – Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace (September 16, 2016)
“Personal Emergency Leave: Emerging Trends” HRPA Durham Chapter – Employment and Labour Law Conference (June 10, 2016)
“The Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities Act, 2005: Addressing Challenges and Promoting Compliance” Ontario Bar Association Institute 2015 (February 2015)
“Just cause and conflict of Interest: Applying the test from McKinley” Canadian Bar Association Labour and Employment Law Section Newsletter (May 2012)
“Compensation in lieu of reinstatement: A deviation from DeHavilland“, Canadian Bar Association National Labour and Employment Law Section Newsletter (February, 2011)
“The Road to Accessibility – The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Employment Standard” Ontario Bar Association Newsletter, Volume 12, No. 3 (August, 2010)
Queen’s University, LL.B.
Duke University, B.A.