Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Labor & employment
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2021-07-19
ISBN: 
9781731908544
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Willis & Winkler on Leading Labour Cases 2021

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You'll find expert analytical review of key decisions and trends from across Canada and get clarification of the significance of these recent developments. Willis & Winkler on Leading Labour Cases, 2021 is written by experts who are uniquely qualified to select the leading cases and provide concise analysis and commentary on trends and emerging issues in labour law. These authors are also editors of Labour Arbitration Cases, a law report service that compliments this resource.

Featured Content

Chapter 1- Pandemic Challenges I: Procedures and Proceedings - reviews early cases which date from the arrival of the pandemic in Canada in 2020. The first cases were mostly concerned with the question of whether arbitration hearings should be adjourned because of the new health emergency. Answering this question ushered in the debate over whether virtual hearings were a feasible, fair, and effective alternative to in-person hearings.

Chapter 2 – Pandemic Challenges II: Long Term Care and Retirement Homes - looks at the pandemic challenges in one the first epicentres of the pandemic – long-term care and retirement homes. The cases featured in this chapter consider issues of adequate health and safety measures, testing and access to sick pay.

Chapter 3 – Pandemic Challenges III: Collective Agreement Impacts - examines a range of COVID-19 impacts on collective agreements: overtime pay, changes in job duties, accommodation of employees subject to pandemic safety measures, lay-off and job security provisions, and COVID-related misconduct.

Chapter 4 – Odious Distinctions: Racism in the Workplace - covers the topic of racism in the workplace. The cases in this chapter reflect an evolution in workplace standards and norms in this regard, as well as in arbitral approaches to employees who engage in racist misconduct.

Chapter 5 - Key Updates - features key updates on select labour relations issues, such as harassment, threats and violence in the workplace, privacy issues, including defense medicals and IMEs, searches, and disclosures of personal or private information.

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Willis & Winkler on Leading Labour Cases 2021

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You'll find expert analytical review of key decisions and trends from across Canada and get clarification of the significance of these recent developments. Willis & Winkler on Leading Labour Cases, 2021 is written by experts who are uniquely qualified to select the leading cases and provide concise analysis and commentary on trends and emerging issues in labour law. These authors are also editors of Labour Arbitration Cases, a law report service that compliments this resource.

Featured Content

Chapter 1- Pandemic Challenges I: Procedures and Proceedings - reviews early cases which date from the arrival of the pandemic in Canada in 2020. The first cases were mostly concerned with the question of whether arbitration hearings should be adjourned because of the new health emergency. Answering this question ushered in the debate over whether virtual hearings were a feasible, fair, and effective alternative to in-person hearings.

Chapter 2 – Pandemic Challenges II: Long Term Care and Retirement Homes - looks at the pandemic challenges in one the first epicentres of the pandemic – long-term care and retirement homes. The cases featured in this chapter consider issues of adequate health and safety measures, testing and access to sick pay.

Chapter 3 – Pandemic Challenges III: Collective Agreement Impacts - examines a range of COVID-19 impacts on collective agreements: overtime pay, changes in job duties, accommodation of employees subject to pandemic safety measures, lay-off and job security provisions, and COVID-related misconduct.

Chapter 4 – Odious Distinctions: Racism in the Workplace - covers the topic of racism in the workplace. The cases in this chapter reflect an evolution in workplace standards and norms in this regard, as well as in arbitral approaches to employees who engage in racist misconduct.

Chapter 5 - Key Updates - features key updates on select labour relations issues, such as harassment, threats and violence in the workplace, privacy issues, including defense medicals and IMEs, searches, and disclosures of personal or private information.