MHR 523 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Equal Protection Clause, Glass Ceiling, Organisation Climate

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Employer- right to modify employee work terms for legitimate business needs. Employee- right to be protected from from harmful business practices. Government- balanced needs to employer and employee. Regulations- legally binding rules established by special regulatory bodies created to enforce compliance with the law and aid in its interpretation. Canada charter of rights and freedoms: federal laws enacted in 1982 that guarantees fundamental freedoms to all canadians. Freedoms: conscience and religion | thought belief, opinion, and expression | peaceful assembly | association. Equality rights- section 15 of the charter, which guarantees the right to equal protection and bene t of the law without discrimination. Human rights legislation- legislation that prohibits intentional and unintentional discrimination in employment situations and in the delivery of goods and services. Employment stands act- establish minimum terms for: wages, overtime pay, paid holidays, vacations, maternity/paternity leave, compassionate care leave, termination notice. A distinction, exclusion, or preference based on one of the prohibited grounds that.

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