Canadian Labour and Employment Law for the U.S. Practitioner

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Bureau of National Affairs, 2006 - Law - 784 pages
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Of key distinctions between Canada and U.S. labor and employment law -- Ch. 1. Overview of the Canadian environment -- Ch. 2. Collective bargaining -- Ch. 3. The individual employment relationship -- Ch. 4. Discrimination in employment -- Ch. 5. Occupational health and safety -- Ch. 6. Workers' compensation -- Ch. 7. Employee benefits -- Ch. 8. Reciprocal arrangements between Canada and the United States -- Ch. 9. Canada and globalization -- App. A. Overview of workplace rights and obligations (Ontario) -- App. B. Comparative analysis of collective bargaining legislation in Canada -- App. C. Comparative analysis of employment standards legislation in Canada.

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