Anneli LeGault and Naomi Horrox, members of Fraser Milner Casgrain
LLP's (FMC) Employment and Labour Group, co-authored Your
Employment Standards Questions Answered – Federal and
Provincial Guidance, 4th Edition featuring updated
legislation, new chapters and court rulings.
Your Employment Standards Questions Answered –
Federal and Provincial Guidance, 4th Edition provides answers
to employment standards, wrongful dismissal, human rights, and
workplace equity questions across 14 jurisdictions in Canada. It is
intended for employers, human resources professionals, employees,
consultants and all those concerned with the employment
In this book:
Defining and Regulating the Employment Relationship
Minimum Age Of Employment
Minimum Wages And Call-In Pay
Hours Of Work And Overtime Pay
Vacations With PayLeaves Of Absence
Payment Of Wages
Termination Of Employment
Discrimination In Employment
Harassment At Work
Equal Pay And Pay Equity
Enforcement of Employment Standards
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