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0-88804-351-1
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224 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2001-11-01
Canada Law Book

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An Educator's Guide to Employment Law
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Description
This is a succinct and thorough treatment of one of the most highly charged public issues of our time – education and employment law. Practical and easy to use, this book helps you deal with myriad issues spanning from hire to retire. Written in a question-answer format, this invaluable resource covers:
  • Interviewing
  • The Employment Standards Act, 2000
  • Duties of the employer and employee (both statutory and common law)
  • Strikes and lockouts
  • Issues "on the job"
  • How decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada are shaping the law
Also addressed, the top five issues in education as suggested by a working educator:
  • Liability for physical injury or illness
  • Working with teachers in difficulty
  • Violence in schools
  • Inadequate supervision in the school
  • Inappropriate contact between teacher and student
This insightful guide offers a true perspective of labour and employment law as it affects Ontario's education system and educators.
About the Author
Roderick C. Flynn is partner with the Toronto law firm of Evenson Bundgard Flynn. Mr. Flynn was called to the Ontario Bar in 1992 and is a former Chair of the Education Law section of the Ontario Bar Association. He is also the editor of CAPSLE Comments, a national newsletter on education and the law, as well as serving as the editor of CAPSLE’s Annual Conference Proceedings. In addition to having taught at Seneca College, Mr. Flynn is also a member of the Board of Directors of Massey Centre, a non-profit agency that provides housing and resources for pregnant teens, young, single mothers and their babies.
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