Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Act &
Commentary, 2012 Edition
Garth Dee & Gary Newhouse
This concise guide, designed for lawyers, in-house counsel, human
resources professionals and workers’ advisory organizations,
outlines the law relating to workers compensation in Ontario and
covers the procedural requirements of handling or appealing a
claim. Other features include an update on the changes in Board
policies, Appeals Tribunal decisions and practice directions, and
the full text of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997
and the Workers’ Compensation Act (pre-1998), and pertinent
extracts of previous legislation, along with regulations and other
$55 + tax | 544 Pages | Softcover | September 2011 | Annual
Standing Order Terms Apply* | ISBN: 9780433468064
Occupational Health & Safety – Theory, Strategy &
Industry Practice, 2nd Edition
Dianne E.G. Dyck
This title brings together an international and multidisciplinary
team of authors led by Dianne E. G. Dyck, an occupational health
and safety (OH&S) specialist. The 34 chapters contained in this
book equip OH&S practitioners with the information and tools
needed to practise ethically, legally and competently.
$150 + tax | 1,464 Pages | Softcover | June 2011 | ISBN: 9780433465591
Disability Management Compliance Manual
Dianne E.G. Dyck, David Correy, Loretta Bouwmeester & Chris Sabat
Successfully applying disability management practices can be a precarious balancing act,
and the multidisciplinary expertise of the author team provides guidance in all aspects of
developing and maintaining an integrated disability management program. The use of real
world case studies, industry best practices and compliance systems provides practical
templates for launching and operating programs, and an accompanying CD-ROM features key
statutes such as the Canada Labour Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act.
$300 + tax | 1 Volume | Looseleaf + CD-ROM | 2010 | Updates Billed as Issued | ISBN: 9780433462194
Disability Management – Theory, Strategy & Industry Practice, 4th Edition
Dianne E.G. Dyck
Written by one of the leading experts in the field of disability management, this work explains
how to plan, create, implement and operate an integrated disability management program
and includes practice standards, sample documents and forms, and illustrational process
flow charts. This edition includes new chapters on worker disability management education;
cultural diversity; management of psychological and psychosocial disabilities; and disability
management professional/practitioner skills in nursing disability management best practices,
internal/external consulting, and career planning, and addresses future challenges, such as
disability management educational needs.
$140 + tax | 1,001 Pages | Softcover | 2009 | ISBN: 9780433459958
Employment Obligations and Confidential Information, 2nd Edition
Gregory K. Steele, Q.C., & Dr. Kenneth Wm. Thornicroft
This work examines the issue of competition by present and former employees, identifies
actions that are available to employers to respond to this competition, and emphasizes
problems arising from the misuse of confidential information and the breach of fiduciary duty.
It also covers obligations owed by employees to their employers at common law and the ability
of employers to modify those obligations through the proper use of employment contracts,
and addresses the remedies available to employers when employees fail to honour those
obligations. Also included are sample pleadings, orders and employer guidelines.
$100 + tax | 337 Pages | Softcover | 2009 | ISBN: 9780433457459
Ontario Employment Law Handbook – An Employer’s
Guide, 10th Edition
Stewart D. Saxe & Lisa Stam
Commentary and analysis cover all employment issues in Ontario,
from termination procedures to employee benefits to parental
leave, including common la w and statutory requirements affecting
both employers and employees. Whether you operate in a union,
non-union, or mixed environment, you’ll learn important ways to
improve the employment relationship.
$65 + tax | 160 Pages | Softcover | 2011 | ISBN: 9780433465577
Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Workplace Health and
Safety / Youth Justice
Norm Keith & Goldie Bassi / Jeffery Wilson
Halsbury’s “Workplace Health and Safety” title examines the
wide range of rules and regulations aimed at protecting workers,
from handling hazardous substances to preventing harassment
in the workplace. Topics covered include: duties of workplace
stakeholders; personal protective equipment; emergency
response; right to refuse unsafe work; and offences and penalties.
$135** + tax | 70 Volumes | Updates Billed as Issued
$270 + tax | 2 Volumes | 824 Pages | 2010 | Hardcover
Employment Law Solutions
Malcolm MacKillop, Hendrik Nieuwland & Meighan Ferris-Miles
Offering solutions to many of the challenging employment issues encountered in today’s
workplace, experienced employment law practitioners who deal with these issues on a daily
basis provide practical advice on hiring and contracting new employees, how to manage the
employment relationship, and how to spot and redress potential employment challenges
before they become real problems.
$65 + tax | 320 Pages | Softcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433465386
The Law of Employee Monitoring in Canada
Melanie R. Bueckert; Foreword by: David Loukidelis, Information and Privacy Commissioner for British
Employee monitoring presents one of the thorniest legal issues within the workplace
environment, forcing employers and their advisors to address privacy, security, and broader
workplace concerns. This is the first book to focus exclusively on this topic, addressing
concerns for both unionized and non-unionized workplaces in jurisdictions across Canada.
It brings together existing legislation and case la w, provides recommendations on the use of
video and audio surveillance, computers, Internet and email monitoring, location awareness
technologies (such as GPS and RFID) and biometrics. It facilitates in developing policies that
will stand up to scrutiny, and includes a checklist at the end of each chapter addressing key
$90 + tax | 306 Pages | Softcover | 2009 | ISBN: 9780433459767
Palmer & Snyder – Collective Agreement Arbitration in Canada, 4th Edition
General Editor: Ronald M. Snyder; Contributors: Michael Bendel, Beth Bilson, Q.C., Richard J. Charney,
Richard Hornung, Q.C., Paula Knopf, Paul Lordon, Q.C., Ian R. Mackenzie, Michele A. Pineau, Ronald M.
Snyder, John Steeves & Dr. Kenneth Wm. Thornicroft
This seminal treatise remains the source for labour lawyers seeking substantive analysis
of collective agreement arbitration decisions and policy. This revised and expanded
edition includes ne w chapters focusing on important new areas in collective agreement
arbitration, including the legislative context, privacy, standard of review, human rights, and
accommodation. The cross-Canada contributor team includes labour board Chairs and Vice-
Chairs, adjudicators, arbitrators, professors and practitioners.
$255 + tax | 1,003 Pages | Hardcover | 2009 | ISBN: 9780433449225
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