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law of dismissal for human resources professionals

by Howard A. Levitt

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Published by Canada Law Book in Aurora, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employees -- Dismissal of -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Personnel -- Licenciement -- Droit -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementHoward A. Levitt.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKE3247 .L48 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 211 p. ;
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16981642M
    ISBN 10088804464X
    ISBN 109780888044648
    LC Control Number2008411538

    by Canada Law Book. He has spoken on employment law at conferences organized by the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Law Society of British Columbia and Infonex. Prior to commencing a career in the practice of law, Phil worked in both human resources departments and as an agency recruiter focusing on information technology professionals. Unfair Dismissal - Constructive Dismissal The Principle. The law provides protection for an Employee from being unfairly dismissed from their job or from being forced out of their work by the actions of their Employer. To claim unfair dismissal, the Employer must have clearly terminated the Contract of Employment orally, in writing or by conduct.

    FTC and DOJ Release Guidance for Human Resource Professionals on How Antitrust Law Applies to Employee Hiring and Compensation Octo Guidance Helps Protect Workers Against Anticompetitive Conduct and Puts Firms on Notice that DOJ Will Proceed Criminally Against Naked Wage Fixing and No-Poaching Agreements. "This practical handbook provides a straightforward treatment of wrongful dismissal law for the lawyer and human resources professional alike. The commentary and analysis include timely, accurate and practical information.

    The Compliance Service provides a complete resource for establishing your own Human Resource Department and conducting your own Human Resource Audit. The Do-It-Yourself Human Resource Department is designed so you can establish your own HR Department. You are not left on your own. COST. $ initial purchase; $ annual renewal. A dismissed employee who’s been with you two years or more has the right to request a written statement from you, detailing your reasons for dismissal. You must provide the written statement within 14 days of the request. You must provide a written statement for all employees dismissed while on statutory maternity leave.


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Dismissal is the ultimate disciplinary action, normally used when other methods employed to correct performance or behavioral problems have not been successful.

Dismissal is usually preceded by coaching, performance appraisal, and progressive disciplinary action (see Chap Taking Disciplinary Action.) Under circumstances of extreme.

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