MHR 523 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reasonable Accommodation, Protected Group, Equal Protection Clause

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The legal framework fr emplyment law in canada. A company with employees in different provinces/territories must monitor the legislation in each of those jurisdictions and remain current as legislation changes. Legal framework for employment includes constitutional law, acts of parliament, common law, contract law which constraints policies, procedures, and practices. Regulations: legally binding rules established by the special regulatory bodies created to enforce compliance with the law and aid in its interpretation. Employment (labour) standards legislation: laws present in every canadian jurisdiction that establish minimum employee entitlements and set a limit on the maximum number of hours of work permitted for day or week. Legislation protecting human rights: the charter if rights and freedoms federal legislation that is the cornerstone of human rights, human rights legislation present in every jurisdiction. Charter of rights and freedoms: federal law enacted in 1982 that guarantees fundamental freedoms to all canadians.

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