Engaged employees are more satisfied with their jobs, more productive, and improve an organization's bottom line. We measure employee performance and hold our employees accountable, involve them in decisions, communicate on a regular basis, and provide an effective employee recognition and reward system and a flexible work schedule to help employees balance their work and family commitments.    

Our firm is dedicated to providing a welcoming environment that reflects the diverse group of individuals that live in Canada. Diversity is essential as it helps us to better respond to our clients and ensure that our employees are engaged.  

We contribute to our communities by volunteering our time and services. At present, we volunteer with various local organizations aimed at promoting the advancement of women, or protecting women, children, and animals, such as the Zonta Club of Guelph, Dunara Homes for Recovery, and the Guelph Humane Society. We also volunteer our time with organizations designed to enhance the lives of those living and working in condominiums, such as the Canadian Condominium Institute, the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario, and the Brantford Condominium Corporations' Association.   

At Sutherland Kelly LLP we recognize that persons may have different needs when it comes to legal services.  While our physical office space is not accessible without climbing a set of stairs, we have arranged for the use of a private meeting space only minutes away. For more questions, please review our accessibility policy or contact us to discuss how we can accommodate any special needs you may have. 

Employee Engagement

At Sutherland Kelly LLP, our firm culture is important to us. For that reason, we provide an engaging work environment for our employees where diversity is accepted and encouraged. While our primary goal is to provide timely, cost-effective, and practical advice to our clients, we know we cannot do that without our wonderful employees.   




Accessibility

Community Involvement

Diversity

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