2 edition of White-collar bargaining units under the Ontario Labour Relations Act. found in the catalog.
White-collar bargaining units under the Ontario Labour Relations Act.
G. W. Reed
by Industrial Relations Centre, Queen"s University at Kingston in Kingston, (Ont.)
Written in English
|Series||Research series -- no.8|
|Contributions||Queen"s University at Kingston. Industrial Relations Centre.|
Ultimately, the OLRB found prisoner-workers at the Guelph Beef Centre to be both eligible for coverage under the Ontario Labour Relations Act and to be employees of the Guelph Beef Centre, making them able to petition for union recognition. As a result, the union was certified, and noted as being the "first bargaining unit in Canada and. Whether the bargaining unit has the right to strike has profound effects on how the bargaining takes place. Many commentators have observed the differences in bargaining tactics and techniques under legislative schemes which prohibit the right to strike. The bargaining normally proceeds to impasse in much the same way as it would under the Act.
The Ontario Labour Relations Board was created by section 2 of the Labour Relations Act, , and maintained under the Labour Relations Act, , S.O. , c.1, Sched. A. The "Board" is an independent, adjudicative and administrative tribunal responsible for all labour relations issues covered under the LRA pertaining to employers, employees. The number of white-collar workers in proportion to the total North American labour force has grown rapidly over the past few rate professional bargaining units (though not necessarily confined 10 Ibid., s.2(f)(iii). Service Labour Relations Act in British Columbia 2 The remaining.
units as appropriate bargaining units -Certification issued - Section 39(1) of The Labour Relations Act - /14/LRA - April 1, - Company Inc. - APPEAL TO COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH DENIED. Consolidation of two or more bargaining units of the same employer was possible under amendments to the Labour Relations Act introduced by Bob Rae’s N.D.P. government. Section 7 of B introduced in , read as follows: Combining bargaining units 7.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reed, G. White-collar bargaining units under the Ontario Labour relations act. Kingston, Ont.: Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University, employees in teacher bargaining units (covered by the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, ); and; crown employees (covered by the Crown Employees Collective Bargaining Act, ).
These public sector employees have separate labour relations legislation falling outside the scope of this Review. THE ONTARIO LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD The Ontario Labour Relations Board is an independent, quasi-judicial, administrative tribunal.
It hears and determines disputes that arise under several employment-related statutes. When mediating disputes, holding hearings and making decisions, the Board and its officers must be fair and Size: KB. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act, with respect to the determination of bargaining units and the certification of trade unions.
Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as follows: 1. Under Manitoba’s Labour Relations Act, where a collective agreement has expired, and a strike or lock-out has commenced, either the employer or the union may bring an application requesting the Manitoba Labour Board to direct the settlement of the collective agreement by means of.
The Certification Process Background. The Labour Relations Act, (LRA) sets out the means by which workers can organize into unions and establish bargaining rights through certification.
Generally, this process involves the union making an application to the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) and demonstrating at least 40% support from the appropriate bargaining unit. (2) The Ontario Public Service Employees Union represents the employees in those bargaining units until it ceases, under this Act or the Labour Relations Act as it read before subsection 1 (2) of the Labour Relations and Employment Statute Law Amendment Act, came into force, to.
InOntario enacted the Collective Bargaining Act, which adopted certain Wagner Act features (such as a process for union certification).
The Collective Bargaining Act was in effect for only six months before being displaced by the federal Wartime Labour Relations Regulations – Order in Council P.C. – which was introduced in early under the War Measures Act.
An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as follows: 1. The Labour Relations Act, is amended by adding the following sections: Definitions. (1) In this section. The short title of this Act is the Labour Relations Statute Law Amendment Act, EXPLANATORY NOTE.
The Bill amends the Labour Relations Act,the Ambulance Services Collective Bargaining Act, and the Economic Development and Workplace Democracy Act, Labour Relations Act, In the former, the Labour Relations Act seeks to prevent the loss of bargaining rights where an employer tries to shut down a certified business only to open up a new business doing the same thing, but without adhering to the collective agreement.
It will also capture situations where an employer attempts to divert its work to a non-unionized. “Board” means the Ontario Labour Relations Board; (“Commission”) “certified council of trade unions” means a council of trade unions that is certified under this Act as the bargaining agent for a bargaining unit of employees of an employer; (“conseil de syndicats accrédité”).
Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act, The Schedule amends section 23 of the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act, Currently under section 23 of the Act, the Board shall determine by way of a vote which bargaining agent, if any, represents the employees in each bargaining unit whose description is changed by.
Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act; A - Application Under Sect 22, and/or 23 of the Act; A - Response/Intervention - Application Under Sect 22, and/or 23 of the Act; C - Notice to Responding Party and/or Affected Party of Application Under Sect 22, and/or 23 of the Act; A - Application Under the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act, Under Section 11 of the Labour Relations Act, the Board may certify an employer where, as a result of an employer’s actions (generally in the course of a union organizing campaign), the Board is satisfied (a) the true wishes of the employees in the bargaining unit are not likely to be reflected in a representation vote, or (b) the union was.
Labour Relations Act, S.O.CHAPTER 1 Schedule A. Consolidation Period: From November 8, to the e-Laws currency date. Last amendment:c. 12, s. Definitions. 1 (1) In this Act, “accredited employers’ organization” means an organization of employers that is accredited under this Act as the bargaining agent for a unit of employers; (“association patronale.
Amending bargaining units: The Act would give the Ontario Labour Relations Board (“Board”) power to review a bargaining unit’s structure if: (1) an employer or union representing the bargaining unit applies for review, and (2) the Board is satisfied that the bargaining unit is no longer appropriate for collective bargaining.
pursuant to section of the Labour Relations Act,S.O. c.1, as amended (“the Act”). The applicant, the Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario (“the CDCO”), seeks to represent a bargaining unit of all construction labourers employed by the responding party, Blythwood.
The decision of the Ontario Labour Relations Board (the “Board”) in United Food & Commercial Workers, Local and WHL Management Limited Partnership, CanLII (ON LRB) considers and, arguably, modifies the jurisprudence concerning the duty to bargain in good faith.
While this duty is of fundamental importance in collective bargaining relationships, decided cases. The legislation governing unionized workplaces in Ontario, the Labour Relations Act, (the “LRA”) will be amended by the Ontario government if the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, (“Bill 47”) passes in its current form.
Expected changes will include the following: Repeal of Union’s ability to obtain a list of employees. Labour Relations Act, S.O.CHAPTER 1 Schedule A. colleges of applied arts and technology established under the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act,c.
35, Sched. C, s. 57 (3). so long as it continues to be entitled to represent employees in a bargaining unit, shall not act in a manner that is.Safety and health regulations were extensive under Communism, but rarely enforced.
Trade unions existed, but only under the control of the Communist Party. At the enterprise level, unions functioned as workplace labour relations departments, under the control of management, without any sort of .Labor Law & Union Contracts. Union contracts -- often referred to as collective bargaining agreements -- are agreements between the employer and the union that represents the company's employees.
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