Employment Law: Solutions for a Canadian Workplace – Research and Markets

DUBLIN–()–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Employment
Law: Solutions for a Canadian Workplace”
newsletter to their

Authored by one of Canada’s most prestigious national law firms,
Employment Law: Solutions for the Canadian Workplace is the most
comprehensive reference available for Canadian employment issues.
Covering federal and provincial standards (including Quebec), this guide
provides useful information on both the legal and practical aspects of
the hiring process, managing the employment relationship, withdrawal
from the employment relationship, remedies, defending a wrongful
dismissal claim and more.

Used by Lawyers/Attorneys, Managing Partners, Human Resource Managers,
Personnel Managers, VP Human Resources/operations, anyone whose duties
include supervision of employees or workplace management in private
organizations, crown corporations and public institutions, hospitals and
other health care facilities, colleges, universities, educational
authorities, governments and government agencies.


– Reviews and compares employment standards in various provinces

– Provides an overview of the Canada Labour Code, outlining laws that
regulate workplaces across the country, organized by topic and division
so that readers can easily locate and review applicable laws

– Discusses the practical implications of laws and court decisions and
helps users understand how decisions were reached in precedent-setting

– Is used as either a general guide to Canadian employment law and to
answer frequently asked questions

– Assists in complying with regulations

– Is the only guide on the market that is regularly updated

Topic Areas

– Bankruptcy of the employer

– Condonation

– Considerations on discipline or promotion of employees

– Constructive dismissal

– Damages for wrongful dismissal

– Defending a wrongful dismissal claim

– Frustration of contract

– General contract principles and common-law considerations

– Injunctive remedies

– Jurisdiction and sources of law

– Just cause for withdrawal from the employment relationship

– Mental distress and aggravated/punitive damages

– Other relationships defined in employment law

– Performance reviews and evaluations

– Policy manuals, procedures, and workplace rules

– Privacy in the workplace

– Probation

– Remedial considerations in handling a termination

– Resignation

– Restrictive covenants: non-competition, non-solicitation, and
confidentiality covenants or agreements

– Retirement

– Rights and obligations of employers and employees

– Sale of employer’s business

– Statutory definitions and implications

– The employee’s duty to mitigate

– The employment contract

– The selection process

– Tort liability

For more information about this newsletter visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rdn9ln/employment_law

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