HR Guide to Non-Standard Employment by Toronto Employment Lawyer Paulette Haynes

This timely and practical guide not only provides a legal overview of the rights and obligations related to non-standard workers –it helps employers to:

  • Develop policies and plans/checklists tailored to the specific needs of your organization, as they pertain to non-standard employees.
  • Understand current trends and predictions about the future of non-standard work.
  • Be aware of the updated discussions on technologies and best practices in the non-standard work environment (including remote work, telecommuting, and the use of mobile devices and social media).

Canadians are not relying on traditional full-time, ‘permanent’ employment to meet their financial needs. They are taking alternative forms of work such as part-time, temporary, freelancing, contract work or self-employment”, says Paulette S. Haynes.

Paulette Haynes taps into more than 25 years of experience as an employment lawyer to help employers know their legal responsibilities to employees who work in a variety of non-standard working arrangements. She provides information on recent legislative and case law developments, as well as an array of tools and templates that can be used in your organization.

Human Resources Guide to Non-Standard Employment, 2nd Edition is available at Thomson Reuters online or by calling 416-609-3800 (Toronto and International) or 1-800-387-5164 (toll-free Canada & US).

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