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Ontario employment law handbook : an employer's guide /
Mark Mendl, Cherrine C. Chow.
11th ed.
Markham, Ont. : LexisNexis, 2015.
xv, 140 p. ; 23 cm.
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Markham, Ont. : LexisNexis, 2015.
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The Employment Standards Act, 2000 -- Further minimum terms of employment -- The Occupational Health and Safety Act -- Pay equity -- Employment contracts and termination of non-union employees -- The arrival of a trade union -- The relationship with a union -- The collective agreement -- Privacy law.
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Includes index.
"New employment law cases are released every day, and the law continues to change at a rapid pace. The new edition of this handbook provides up-to-date, current information, enabling employers, practitioners, human resource specialists and employees to stay on top of the latest developments in the law. The Ontario Employment Law Handbook, 11th Edition arms you with critical knowledge to help reduce exposure to legal liability in key areas: Minimum employment standards; Human rights; Health and safety issues; Negotiating with unions. Commentary and analysis cover a range of employment issues in Ontario, from termination procedures to employee benefits to parental leave, including common law and statutory requirements affecting both employers and employees. Whether you operate in a union, non-union, or mixed environment, you'll learn important ways to improve the employment relationship. What's New in this Edition: New content on overtime and holiday pay; Commentary on the Occupational Health and Safety Act; New collective agreement rules in the construction industry; Details on the current minimum wage, employment insurance premiums and workers' compensation rates. A Practical Handbook for: Human resources professionals seeking an overview of areas of employment law where they must make decisions to minimize liability; Employment lawyers and in-house counsel who need a quick review of employment law issues to avoid claims; Human resources instructors and students looking for a thorough overview of key principles rather than an academic treatise; Owners and managers of workplaces that do not have a human resources specialist; Union business managers for use in collective agreement negotiations and when grievances arise."--Publisher's website.
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