anadian Employment Law Factbook
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Canadian Employment Law Factbook
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The Canadian Employment Law Factbook is an easy-to-use source of essential facts and information on employment law. Covering all provinces, territories and the federal jurisdiction, this comprehensive book includes quick references to employment standards, pay and employment equity, health and safety, labour relations and human rights requirements. In each of the six major categories by jurisdiction, the authors outline the legislation, the administration and enforcement of the Acts, the consequences to employers of failing to comply, and additional source listings for more in-depth research. Includes a quarterly bulletin that tracks new and pending legislation across Canada. Contents • Employment and Labour Standards • Employment Equity • Federal Contractors Program • Human Rights • Labour Relations • Occupational Health and Safety • Pay Equity.
About the Author
Peter Chauvin is an arbitrator, mediator and adjudicator. He was called to the Bar in 1985 and practiced for 19 years exclusively in the areas of labour relations and employment law as a partner in one of Canada's largest law firms. In 2004 he was appointed as a Vice-Chair of the Ontario Labour Relations Board and commenced his private arbitration and mediation practice. Peter was selected to arbitrate and mediate agreements between the Province and OPSEU for the renewal of the Ontario Public Service collective agreement. Peter has written numerous articles and has spoken on issues pertaining to grievance arbitration, collective bargaining, human rights, employment standards, occupation health and safety, workers compensation and pay equity. He sits on the Executive Committee of both the Labour Relations Section and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Ontario Bar Association and is the editor of the ADR Section Newsletter.
Hugh R. Dyer attained his LL.B. (With Distinction), at the University of Western Ontario in 1983. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 1985 and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association. He frequently acts as employer counsel in grievance and interest arbitrations. He appears as counsel before the Canada Industrial Relations Board and the Ontario Labour Relations Boards and before human rights, labour standards and health and safety tribunals. Mr. Dyer also advises concerning the labour relations and employment issues arising in the context of commercial transactions, including the sale or purchase of a business. He is the author of the Carswell publication Canadian Employment Law Factbook.
Clifford J. Hart received his LL.B. from the University of Alberta in 1987. He was called to the Alberta Bar in 1988, and in 1991, he was called to the Ontario Bar. Mr. Hart is a member of the Canadian Bar Association (Labour Law Section) and of the Law Society of Alberta. Mr. Hart is the co-author of Canadian Employment Law Factbook.