This resource covers various aspects of the collective bargaining process including background to the bargaining, preparation for negotiation and renewal of an agreement. It has individual chapters on mediation, conciliation, bargaining, language issues, and more.
Call Number: ebook - Also available in print at KE3193 R39 2017 LAW (Reserve).
Publication Date: 2017
The source provides readers with an overview of the basic principles that form the foundation of the Canadian collective bargaining system, and jurisprudential analysis on all key collective bargaining topics.
Included is guidance on: classifying employees vs. independent contractors, certification of trade unions, jurisdictional disputes between unions, related employers and successor rights, collective bargaining procedures, strikes, lockouts and unfair labour practices, employment standards, occupational health and safety issues, judicial review of Board decisions.
Also available in print at KE3109 .A75 1993 LAW (Reserve)
This text offers a complete and current analysis of collective bargaining laws as they apply to non-government employees across Canada. Labour relations statutes, labour board decisions, and judicial cases for all jurisdictions are analyzed.
This text explains the various strands of the law that affect the internal affairs of trade unions including legal status, security, and politics; reviews union structures, constitutions, and the election of union leaders; and examines the relationship between unions and their members.
The Collective Agreement e-Library Portal houses public and private sector collective agreements in Ontario. Search collective agreements and their associated generations via the self-serve, online portal.
CBO produces resources and tools that provide labour relations information and trends in Ontario using interactive graphs, charts, searchable databases, and reports. These resources are aimed at supporting successful collective bargaining and a stable labour relations climate by providing access to open and transparent information.
The OLRB is an independent government body that plays a fundamental role in the labour relations regime in Ontario, and encourages harmonious relations between employers, employees and trade unions by dealing with matters before it as expeditiously and as fairly as reasonably possible.