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Supplemented book + Online
$279 per supplement (1-3 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
online version of 3 volumes looseleaf supplemented book
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2009-06-01
Canada Law Book

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Ontario's Equity Laws (ProView online only)
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$568.00
Description
Easy to reference, Ontario's Equity Laws addresses the unique challenges facing employers when assessing pay and employment equity situations. Inside this resource you have all you need to understand and comply with the legislation, including:
  • Annotated statutes (including cases for interpreted sections)
  • Pay equity guidelines
  • Tribunal Rules of Practice and Guide
  • Summaries of tribunal and court decisions, including unreported decisions
  • Synopses of Review of Officer's decisions
  • Expert up-to-date commentary on each section of the Pay Equity Act and proposed amendments to the Pay Equity Act
This well-organized and comprehensive publication gives you:
  • A complete review of the Act and guidelines with commentary on the applicable tribunal decisions
  • Information on how actual tribunal and court rulings have affected interpretations of the Pay Equity Act
  • Organizational charts and contact lists for the Pay Equity Commission and Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal
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
Cheryl J. Elliott is a partner of Baker & McKenzie LLP in Toronto. She has extensive experience in providing strategic human resources advice to both domestic and international private and public sector employers. Her practice involves a full range of employment and labour law matters, with a special emphasis on employment and pay equity, and employment and labour issues in the context of commercial transactions. Prior to joining the firm, she acted as executive assistant to the Honourable Russell H. Ramsay, former Minister of Labour for Ontario. Ms. Elliott has also authored and co-authored numerous articles and publications on various employment and labour matters including Employment Contracts Handbook, Third Edition with Stewart D. Saxe and Ontario's Equity Laws (Canada Law Book).