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Employee Obligations in Canada
By: James A. D'Andrea, Q.C., B.A., M.A., L.L.B.
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Available online in EmploymentSource and in print, this is the only resource to offer a complete commentary and analysis of the employee's obligations to the employer and of all the legal issues involved. Written by a noted employment lawyer, packed with practical strategies and updated on a regular basis, there's no better resource to help you advise your client on employee misconduct, dishonesty, disloyalty and everything in between. It clearly sets out the courts' approach to employee obligations, including the employee's duty to:
  • Disclose certain information during the application process
  • Report to work on time
  • Take lawful direction
  • Keep confidential information private
  • Perform work duties with reasonable skill and care
  • Abide by restrictive covenants and non-competition agreements
Employee Obligations in Canada sets out examples of how the courts have treated other employers' claims against employees and the damages awarded in various actions, including actions for breach of fiduciary duties, breach of confidence and a failure to perform duties. Thomson Reuters ProView™ The eBook version of this publication is available through your web browser, or can be downloaded to your desktop or laptop (Windows and Mac), iPad, or Android tablet. Visit carswell.com/proview to learn more and to see the complete collection of ProView ebooks
About the Author
James A. D'Andrea, Q.C., B.A., M.A., L.L.B., is a senior partner in the litigation department of Bennett Jones LLP and is a past head of the firm's Employment Services Practice Group. Mr. D'Andrea has particular experience in labour and employment matters and arbitration, human rights issues, compensation matters, occupational health and safety matters, pensions and commercial litigation. He has appeared before the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench, Alberta Court of Appeal, Tax Court of Canada, Federal Court of Canada, Federal Court of Appeal, Alberta Labour Relations Board, Alberta Public Service Employee Relations Board, Alberta Human Rights Commission, Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation, Alberta Safety Codes Council, Calgary Development Board, Alberta Racing Commission and Canadian International Trade Tribunal. He has also acted as an adjudicator appointed by the federal governmentunder the Canada Labour Code.

In addition to running his practice, Mr. D'Andrea has presented at a number of seminars on various employment matters and is the author of Employee Obligations in Canada and Illness and Disability in the Workplace: How to Navigate Through the Legal Minefield (Canada Law Book).He was also co-autor of the Annotated Alberta Labour Relations Code: Practitioner's Manual, published by the Legal Education Society of Alberta. Mr. D'Andrea is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Calgary Bar Association and the Law Society of Alberta. He is also a past director of a number of charitable and political organizations.