Contents Update – Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal

We just received Volume 20, Issue No. 2 of Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal with the theme of “Frontiers of Human Rights in Canadian Workplaces”. Featured articles:

  • Addressing Work-Family Conflict in Quebec: The Gap Between Policy Discourse and Legal Response – Stéphanie Bernstein
  • Gender, Religion and Workplace: Reimagining Reasonable Accommodation – Vrinda Narain
  • Competing Visions of an Inclusive Society: The Charter of Quebec Values and the Workplace – Louis-Philippe Lampron
  • Trends in Human Rights Damages: Courts, Statutory Tribunals and Labour Arbitration – Michelle Flaherty
  • Survival of the Fittest: The Failure to Accommodate and Compensate in the Canadian Armed Forces – Julie Harmgardt
  • Just Cause – Industrial Discipline at Arbitration in the 1940s – Paul Craven
  • Judicial Review of Labour Relations Board and Labour Arbitration Decisions in the Post-Dunsmuir Period in Ontario – Luba Yurchak

Please contact the library if you would like a copy of any of these articles.

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