Here's What Others Are Saying About Illness and Absenteeism.

Peter A. Gall, Q.C Peter A. Gall, Q.C, Founding partner of Gall Legge Grant Zwack LLP

Illness and Absenteeism is an essential research tool for practitioners in this field. Dealing with illness and absenteeism has become the number one issue in the workplace. Illness and Absenteeism provides lawyers and H.R. practitioners with the information they need to make correct decisions in this very difficult area.

George Coupland,, Director, Labour Relations and Human Resource Services, Manitoba School Boards

Our organization is responsible for providing a full range of labour relations advice to 38 different employers who employ more than 31,000 staff and who deal with 12 different employee unions. We have utilized the manual since inception and have replaced our previous source publication. We have found the manual to be a very comprehensive resource document when dealing with any and all illness and accommodation issues that arise. The manual is updated on a regular basis with the leading and latest case law highlighted. The manual is very well organized into appropriate sections, and cross referenced, allowing one to quickly access case law as needed. We fully endorse the manual and in fact have recommended the manual to all Human Resource professionals within the sector.

Brendalee Blaney, Union Services Officer, Union of National Defence Employees

Illness and Absenteeism is applicable to a vast array of professions and professionals governed by numerous collective agreements, legislation and employer policies. The manual provides extensive jurisprudence/case law that is readily available at your fingertips. It is extremely useful in determining what the limitations/expectations are in both requesting and providing documentation when representing employees in a wide variety of cases. A truly practical resource.