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978-0-7798-4943-7
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120 pages
1 volume bound
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2012-03-27
Carswell

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CLV Special Report - An Employer's Guide to Surveillance, Searches and Medical Examinations, Second Edition
Par : John C. O'Reilly, B.A., LL.B., Katherine Ford, LL.B.
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Description
This Special Report presents the most up-to-date legal perspective on the controversial issues of employee surveillance, searches and medical examinations. Designed as a guide for labour and human resources professionals, this publication consolidates all the information and practical advice managers need to resolve their own company's issues in respect to gathering and using personal information on employees as part of disciplinary actions, disputed compensation or other benefit claims or terminations for cause. With this guide employers will know when to, and how to, undertake video surveillance of employees they suspect to be feigning illness or disability. Labour and employment law specialist John C. O'Reilly also provides a summary of the current federal privacy legislation, addresses the controversial issue of Internet surveillance and medical examinations, and helps to crystallize the law in a manner that will enable employers to devise practical and effective policies.
À propos de l'auteur
John C. O'Reilly, B.A., LL.B., received his Honours Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario in 1989, thereafter graduating from the University of Alberta Bachelor of Laws programme in 1993. Mr. O’Reilly has experience on both sides of the labour/management table, having worked with the Edmonton Civic Service Union #52 in 1991 and articling with a large Toronto-based management labour law firm. He has represented employers in the practice of labour law since 1995, and has recently joined Reynolds, Mirth, Richards & Farmer in Edmonton, Alberta. He is the author of CLV Special Report - An Employer's Guide to Surveillance, Searches and Medical Examinations, and the co-author of CLV Special Report - The Outsourcing Controversy: Avoiding the Pitfalls, CLV Special Report - Employers’ Responsibility for Benefits, CLV Special Report - Technological Change in the Workplace, CLV Special Report - Labour Laws in Transition, and CLV Special Report - Employee Surveillance: Defining the Boundaries.
Katherine Ford, LL.B., is a lawyer at Sherrard Kuzz LLP in Toronto. Katherine represents employers in all areas of labour, employment and human rights, including employment standards, employee discipline and termination, human rights, labour arbitration, wrongful dismissal litigation and the drafting of employment policies and contracts. Katherine is a graduate of Queen’s University and the University of British Columbia. She is called to the Bar in Ontario. Prior to practicing law in Toronto, Katherine practiced law in Vancouver, British Columbia and was a member of the B.C. Bar.
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