This resource covers all the developments at the Canada Industrial Relations Board and its predecessor board. It provides expert commentary on more than 40 years of Board decisions and explains key statutory and jurisprudential changes over that same period.
This text provides extensive coverage of the Labour Relations Board's practices, procedures and rules and how they are applied. It will also keep you abreast of all new caselaw and relevant legislation.
is a comprehensive, practice-oriented handbook designed to help readers navigate the world of tribunals. The history, scope, processes, remedies, and key cases of various tribunals are explored in-depth to highlight the differences between them and clarify the purpose they serve.
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.