Editor: James T. Casey Co-editor: Ayla Akgungor
This unique resource provides a comprehensive analysis of the remedial jurisdiction of adjudicators, tribunals and courts to enforce human and employment rights. The authors examine remedies arising from labour arbitration, from wrongful dismissal litigation, and from unjust dismissal cases under the Canada Labour Code, following labour relations board hearings and in the human rights context. In each instance the authors discuss the purpose and scope of the available remedial orders as well as the source of the remedial authority, then each type of remedial order is detailed and explored. Remedies in Labour, Employment and Human Rights Law will be of interest to labour and employment law practitioners and human rights counsel alike.
This work provides invaluable assistance in advising clients and preparing for hearings.
Table of Contents
- Labour Arbitration Remedies
- Labour Board Remedies
- Remedies in Wrongful Dismissal Litigation
- Remedies for Unjust Dismissal Under the Canada Labour Code
- Human Rights Remedies
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