Whether you are an HR professional or manager within your organization, if you have employees you ultimately will have some role in facilitating employee relations. The purpose of this book is to assist HR professionals and managers within organizations to appreciate the complexity of employee relations and how critical it is to have processes in place and people who understand how to facilitate and implement effective employee relations strategies. Having defined policies and procedures is only a piece of the equation; understanding how to facilitate and implement them in a collaborative and respectful manner is most imperative. This book does not provide solutions to workplace legal issues, nor is it intended to demystify the various mysteries of employment law in Canada. Instead, several of the more prominent issues which exist in the current state of Canadian employment law are briefly outlined for your awareness and consideration. It is critical to understand that employment law in Canada varies, depending on the type of industry being considered, the legal jurisdiction under which the industry operates, and the contractual arrangements made between each particular employee and employer.
- Client William A. Howatt (Author), Kelly Vanbuskirk (Author), Kimberley Aselstine (Author)
- Date February 27, 2012
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