Grievances - Human Rights


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Non-teaching Staff
Human Rights

Manitoba Labour Board

Senior Management Over-time

Resolving Complaints

Guidelines to Resolve Complaints

Economic Indicators

The following bulletins and court decisions deal with circumstances in which there has been a perceived violation of some aspect of human rights legislation.

The right of pregnant employees to receive benefits from their employee benefits plan during a maternity leave. (Susan Parcels vs. The Red Deer General & Auxiliary Hospital, Alberta, October, 1991)

Related Links

The Public Schools Act
Employment Standards Code
The Labour Relations Act
The Education Administration Act
The Workplace Safety and Health Act
Human Rights Code (MB)
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA)
Personal Health Information Act (PHIA)
The Teachers' Society Act
The Teachers' Pensions Act
Canadian Human Rights Act

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