Canada Labour Code Collective Agreements

8 Apr

for the purposes of Section 49 and this part, with the exception of Section 80, applies to the renewal or modification of the collective agreement or the conclusion of a new collective agreement. (2) Sections 52, 54 and 55 do not apply to an employer or bargaining partner who are bound by a collective agreement when 50, if the agreement has been agreed in accordance with this party, 52 (1) An employer who is bound by a collective agreement and intends to make technological changes that are able to ensure the conditions or security of employment of a significant number of employees when the collective agreement applies , the bargaining partner bound by a collective agreement declares at least one hundred and twenty days before the date on which the technological changes are to be made. Each jurisdiction in Canada has procedures in place to allow a union to apply as a bargaining partner for a given work unit. In any jurisdiction, the labour relations tribunal has the power to determine what constitutes an “appropriate bargaining unit.” In some cases, the enabling status sets conditions for what should be considered and which must be considered in an appropriate unit, sometimes according to the nature of the workers, such as professionals, guards or “craftsmen”, and in others for the sector in which they are located, such as the construction sector.B. As a general rule, only “workers” have the right to be included in a bargaining unit, but this definition is more advanced than the definition for other purposes. It may include persons who would be considered independent contractors for other purposes if they deduct most of their income from a unit and are “economically dependent on that unit or, in some cases, on a particular sector.” Executives are generally excluded from admission to a bargaining unit, as are some professionals such as doctors or lawyers. (i) determine whether the collective agreement or arbitration award remains in force and whether the provincial activity is a work, business or business, or part of a business or business whose labour relations are governed by provincial law; (c) any proceeding pending before the employment agency or any other person or authority competent under provincial legislation at the time of the amendment or sale is pursued in accordance with this party, the circumstances requiring it and, if applicable, with the person to whom the provincial transaction is sold as a party; and the code governs most aspects of union-employer relations. It contains provisions that promote collective bargaining and sets basic standards for each collective agreement.