ÉditeurEmond Publishing
Date de parutionFévrier 2024
Nombre de pages618
Code de produit


Employment Law for Business and Human Resources Professionals, 5th Edition

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Employment Law for Business and Human Resources Professionals, 5th Edition examines statutory and common law requirements in the employment relationship. It provides a comprehensive overview of each stage of this relationship, covering topics such as hiring, employment contracts, human rights issues, privacy concerns, as well as dismissal with and without cause.

This text allows human resources professionals to gain a practical understanding of specific employment law issues, while also illustrating the overall employment law context. Through the use of recent case law, legislative developments, and illustrative examples, the text provides readers with a thorough understanding of meaningful tactics for addressing common issues in the workplace. New to this edition is a discussion of the impact of the pandemic on new workplace norms, discussion of temporary foreign workers, and online study questions, flash cards, and quizzes for students.

Purchase comes with access to HR+.


  • Examination of new hybrid work model and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the employment landscape.
  • Coverage of recent amendments to the Employment Standards Act, such as the ban on non-compete clauses, policies around disconnecting from work, new rules related to business and information technology consultants, and new licensing requirements for temporary help agencies and recruiters.
  • Extended discussion on equity, diversity, and inclusion within the workplace.
  • Added material on trauma-informed workplace investigations.
  • New discussion of temporary foreign workers.
  • Additional charts and mind maps.
  • HR+: new online study questions, videos, flash cards, and quizzes for students, included with the purchase of a book.


Kathryn J. Filsinger is a Professor in Humber’s Human Resources Management Degree Program. She teaches employment law in the HR degree and postgraduate HRM programs, as well as labour relations and human resources management. Previously she has taught employment law at both Ryerson and York Universities. Kathryn holds a BA (magna cum laude) from Queen’s University, an LLB from the University of Toronto, and an LLM from Osgoode Hall Law School.