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Human resources guide to employee discipline and termination of employment /
Donald B. Jarvis, Carol S. Nielsen.
Third edition.
Toronto : Thomson Reuters, [2018]
xiv, 197 pages ; 23 cm
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Toronto : Thomson Reuters, [2018]
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Part I. Fundamentals of the disciplinary procedure -- 1. Introduction to the disciplinary procedure -- Part II. The elements of the disciplinary procedure -- 2. Conducting a disciplinary investigation -- 3. Selecting the appropriate disciplinary penalty -- 4. Dealing with specific types of employee conduct -- 5. Elements of the disciplinary/discharge letter -- 6. Sample disciplinary letters -- 7. Disciplinary and discharge meetings -- Part III. Contractural considerations and damages arising from dismissal -- 8. Collective agreement clauses -- 9. Employment contract clauses -- 10. Potential damages arising from the termination of employment.
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"Canadian HR Reporter Special Report".
At head of title : Carswell.
Includes index.
"Discipline and termination of employment are among the most difficult tasks that a human resources professional must face on a day-to-day basis. If an employer imposes discipline, it must be prepared to prove the incident(s) of misconduct took place, that the imposition of discipline was warranted, and that the penalty imposed was reasonable. An employer unable to establish the foregoing could face substantial consequences and liability. This book provides a comprehensive understanding of the relevant legal principles and will enable the employer to effectively utilize the disciplinary procedure, ensuring that employees carry out their assigned work in an orderly, efficient, and productive manner. New in this edition: An expanded discussion of the potential remedies/damages available before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario; An overview of recently added leave entitlements in the Employment Standards Act, 2000 as a result of Bill 148, Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017; An expanded discussion of workplace violence and harassment, including a discussion of Bill 132, which introduced amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Act designed to further protect workers in the workplace; New case law regarding workplace violence and harassment, public criticism of an employer by an employee, innocent and culpable absenteeism, last change agreements, punitive and aggravated damages, and the deductibility of disability benefits from wrongful dismissal damages; A discussion of workplace intoxication and substance abuse and an employer’s ability to discipline its employees for such conduct; A new chapter about employment contract clauses relating to discipline and termination of employment; An overview of termination entitlements for federally regulated employees under the Canada Labour Code"--Publisher's website.
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