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Canadian Master Labour Guide, 34th Edition, 2019

Auteur(s) :
LexisNexis Canada Editorial, (General Editor)
Éditeur :
LexisNexis
Année :
2019
Nombre de pages :
1662
Type de reliure :
Softcover
ISBN :
978-0-433-50200-5
Prix :
164,00 $
Format :
Papier

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Stay on top of changes to employment, labour, and human rights law

Readers of the Canadian Master Labour Guide know that finding a trustworthy information source is vital and they have been placing their trust in this guide for over 30 years. With detailed coverage of employment, labour, and human rights laws in all of Canada's jurisdictions, it gives you the essential information every employer needs to know in one portable and reliable source.

Key topics include:

  • Significant changes in statutory requirements
  • Critical court, board, and tribunal decisions
  • Employment standards
  • Fair employment practices: human rights, equal pay/pay equity, and employment equity
  • Special Issues: occupational health and safety and Employment Insurance
  • Organized labour and collective bargaining

New in This Edition

  • Employment standards changes:
    • Major changes to workplace laws in Quebec, including new equal pay rules, revised hours of work and scheduling rules, new and expanded leaves of absence, and more
    • Significant changes to Ontario's Employment Standards Act, 2000, including a two-year minimum wage freeze, an overhaul of the personal emergency leave provisions, and the repeal of new equal pay and scheduling rules, among other things
    • Expanded parental leave in British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island
    • New domestic violence leave in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Quebec
  • Employment Insurance changes:
    • New parental sharing benefit
    • New working while on claim rules
  • Human rights and pay equity changes:
    • British Columbia’s Human Rights Code amended to introduce a new Human Rights Commissioner and to extend the time limit for filing human rights complaints from six months to one year from the alleged contravention or of the last instance of the contravention
    • Amendments to Ontario’s equal pay regime under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 related to employment status and assignment employees were introduced and subsequently repealed
    • New obligations related to psychological harassment under Quebec’s Act Respecting labour standards Quebec’s equal pay regime under the Act Respecting employment standards has been expanded to encompass employment status
    • New bilingual human rights legislation, The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code, 2018, now in force
  • Labour relations changes: 
    • Significant changes to Ontario’s Labour Relations Act, 1995, including the repeal of provisions respecting employee lists, the restoration of a first agreement arbitration regime, a change to the time periods that must elapse before a strike or lockout may be declared, the repeal of provisions that permitted card-check certification in certain industries, the introduction of a new provision governing the relationship between parent and local unions, a reduction in fine amounts, the inclusion of provisions dealing with the Ontario Power Generation Industry, and more

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