Name: Course: Lecturer: Date: Canadian bereavement leave policy Items relating to bereavement leave Item number one: length of the bereavement period The policy should clearly state how long the bereavement leave is meant to last. The length of the leave should take into consideration that difference in the way people mourn their loved ones. People tend to grief their loved one in different ways to get leave for each death. Human resource should place the individual department as being responsible for assisting employees when experiencing loss of their relative. Work cited Canadian Labour Law Reporter: Court and Labour Board Decisions ... New Developments. Don Mills Ont: CCH Canadian Ltd 1900. Print. Rayside David M and Gerald Hunt. Equity Diversity and Canadian Labour. Toronto: University of Toronto Press 2007. Print. [...]
Scenario Your organization is a floral supply company with employees in the following jurisdictions: British Columbia Manitoba Newfoundland and Labrador The organization is planning to implement a company-wide policy with respect to bereavement leave that provides the same benefits to all employees, regardless of their province of employment or their length of employment. As Payroll Supervisor, provide Robyn White, the Human Resources Manager, with the following information. - Identify four specific items relating to bereavement leave that will have to be addressed in the policy to ensure compliance with the employment/labour standards in each jurisdiction. Research the details for each of the items you have identified using the course material and the employment/labour standards website for each jurisdiction. - Using the results of your research, provide your recommendations to Ms. White on how to address each of these items in the policy to provide the employees with the best benefit, while keeping the cost to the organization at a minimum. Please explain your reasoning.