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カナダにおける労働法対処策 第2版

Employment Law Solutions, 2nd Edition

Malcolm MacKillop, Hendrik Nieuwland, Todd Weisberg

1 vol. xviii, 217 p. Paper., 2016年11月刊

LexisNexis Canada, CAN. ISBN: 9780433490074

¥16,977

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【Table of Contents】

PART 1: BEGINNING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP

1. Employment Background Checks Primer

2. Requesting Birth Certificates and Driver's Licences Prior to Interviews

3. Inducement during Recruitment

PART 2: THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP

4. Leaves under the Employment Standards Act, 2000

5. Occupational Health and Safety Awareness Training

6. Bill 168: Violence and Harassment in the Workplace

7. Bill 132: Sexual Violence and Harassment in the Workplace

8. Bill 18: The Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act

9. Employee Privacy with Respect to Medical Information

10. Obtaining Production of Employee Personal Cell Phone Records

11. Employee's Right to Privacy on Workplace Computers

12. Searches in the Workplace – What Employers Need to Know

13. Random Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace

14. The Scope of an Employer's Duty to Accommodate

15. The Availability of Tort Claims for Employees

16. Guidelines on Discrimination on the Basis of Mental Health

17. Employer Obligations with Respect to Assignment Employees

18. Unpaid Interns

19. Dependent Contractors

20. The Poisonous Work Environment

PART 3: ENDING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP

21. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Dishonesty

22. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Absenteeism and Lateness

23. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Incompetency

24. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Employee Complaint Letter

25. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Social Media

26. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Facebook Posts

27. Terminating an Employee for Just Cause: Employer Circumstances and Potential for Harm

28. The Significance of Progressive Discipline and the Duty to Act Honestly in the Manner of Dismissal

29. Honesty, Good Faith and Constructive Dismissal

30. Severing Executive Ties

31. Frustration of Contract Due to an Employee's Illness

32. Termination Clauses and Employee's Duty to Mitigate

33. Fixed Term Contracts and Employee's Duty to Mitigate

34. Employers can be Held Liable for Long-Term Disability Benefits

35. Make Sure Your Release Stands Up in Court

36. Human Rights Damages in Wrongful Dismissal Cases

PART 4: PRACTICAL TIPS

37. Keeping in Line on Overtime

38. Do You Really Need to Conduct an Investigation?

39. How to Limit Employer Liability during the Holiday Season

40. Employers Should Assess Workplace Violence Plans

41. Defining the "Workplace" Under the Occupational Health & Safety Act

42. Is the Flu a Disability under the Human Rights Code?

43. The Tort of Intrusion upon Seclusion may Impact Employers

44. Psychological Disorders

45. Court Casts Doubt on the Enforceability of Standard Termination Clauses

46. Facebook Post Breaches Confidentiality Agreement

47. Breaching a Non-Compete Does not Nullify a Settlement

48. Non-Solicitation Clauses

49. Imperfections of a Notice Period