Resolving Business Disputes
Resolving dispute through court system
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Settlement other than through court
Negotiation, mediation, arbitration
Enforcing Mediated Settlement
Draft a formal contract
Third party determines results
When to Choose Arbitration
Parties agree on process before conflict occurs
Want to maintain relationship
Recruitment and selection
Job advertisement and application forms
Code prevents employers from requesting discriminatory (personal)
Prohibited grounds may be allowed if directly related to j
Chapter 1: Laws and Law Makers That Affect Business in Canada
What is Law?
How Does Law Affect Business?
Legal Risk Management
Sources of Law
Public and Private Laws
What is Law?
A body of norms, or
Dispute arising from agreement called a grievance
Resolved through grievance process, up to arbitration
Strikes/lockouts prohibited during term
During strike/lockout, employer may hire replacement workers but cant u
Employment Standards Act requires employers to meet minimum work conditions
such as keeping accurate records, displaying basic requirements, paying proper
What was the timeline to plan the whole event?
December 1st- 25th
How many people were under your supervision?
Did you hire staff or were they volunteers?
What was the
Learning objectives (contd)
Analyze equity requirements
Discuss privacy in workplace
Understand obligations to union employees
Discuss common law governing termination of non-unionized employees