Avoiding Workplace Discrimination

A Guide for Employers and Employees

This is intended for a Canadian audience.

ISBN: 978-1-77040-214-0

Number of pages: 162

This book by a leading workplace legal expert is a step-by-step guide to ensure that employers and employees know how to steer clear of problems by creating and operating in a culture that avoids discriminatory practices.
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Your workplace safety includes a commitment to be free from discrimination, harassment and wrongful conduct. But this is no easy feat to achieve. Many companies take this area lightly and many employees are unaware of their rights. This book by a leading workplace legal expert is a step-by-step guide to ensure that employees and employers know how to steer clear of problems by creating and operating in a culture that avoids discriminatory practices. David Harris examines the pitfalls of many workplace practices and the case law that has created Canada’s legal framework. He examines the best features of successful firms and the remedies available when workplaces fail to furnish safe conditions. His book is a definitive guide for companies and their employees to successfully deal with the changing landscape.
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Subtitle A Guide for Employers and Employees
Publication Date Jan 14, 2015
Market Canada
PDF Preview Download URL http://www.self-counsel.com/docs/avoiding_workplace_discrimination.pdf
Edition First Edition
Pages 162
Size 8 x 10
ISBN 978-1-77040-214-0
UPC 069635402146

Author Details - David Harris

David Harris is one of Canada’s authorities on workplace law. He has practiced in the field of rights and responsibilities of employers and employees for decades. He is a senior lawyer practicing in Toronto in the areas of wrongful dismissal and employment law, human rights, workers’ compensation, post-employment competition, restraint of trade, fiduciary obligations, labour law, sexual harassment, employment contracts and several related areas of employment law and litigation.
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