ADMS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Canadian Human Rights Act, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Union Security Agreement

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Chapter 3: foundations of recruitment and selection ii: legal issues. Part i: a basic background in legal requirements for nondiscriminatory recruitment and selection. 4 legal sources affect canadian employment practices in recruitment and selection: constitutional law, human rights law, employment equity legislation; and, labor law, employment standards, and related legislation. Human rights legislation: prohibits discrimination in both employment and the provision of goods and services (e. g. , rental housing, service in restaurants). Employment equity legislation: administrative mechanisms set up in many canadian organizations in response to federal employment equity legislation initiatives and cover nearly 2 000 000 working canadians. Employment equity programs are intended to promote the entry and retention of people from designated groups (including women, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and people with disabilities). Labor law, employment standards, and related legislation: these grant certain employment rights to both employers and employees, but also impose a wide range of employment responsibilities and obligations.

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