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Determination of the appropriate bargaining unit by labour relations boards in Canada

Edward E. Herman

Determination of the appropriate bargaining unit by labour relations boards in Canada

by Edward E. Herman

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Published by Dept. of Labour, Econmics and Research Branch in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collective bargaining -- Canada,
  • Collective bargaining unit -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 223-227.

    StatementEdward E. Herman.
    SeriesOccasional paper -- no. 5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 227 p. --
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17156265M

    APPROPRIATE UNIT An appropriate unit Statute does not describe THE appropriate unit Statute does not require THE MOST appropriate unit An organization may have many appropriate units Each unit must satisfy the criteria of section (a)File Size: KB. The National Labor Relations Act limits the Board'sdetermination of the appropriate bargaining unit to guarantee basicrights of private sector employees to organize into tradeunions. AskLogin.

    Successor rights are a long standing fixture in Ontario’s labour relations legislation. Generally speaking, under s. 69 of the Labour Relations Act (LRA), the purchaser of a business effectively steps into the seller’s shoes for the purpose of labour relations and becomes bound by any collective agreement that the seller is party to, unless the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB. The National Labor Relations Act limits the Board's determination of the appropriate bargaining unit to guarantee basic rights of private sector employees to organize into trade unions.

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[E Edward Herman]. Determination of the appropriate bargaining unit by labour relations boards in Canada / Author: [by] Edward E. Herman. Publication info: [Ottawa]: Canada Department of Labour, Economics and Research Branch, Format: Book. Alberta Labour Relations Board Chapter 22(b) Effective: 1 December Appropriate Bargaining Units APPROPRIATE BARGAINING UNITS INTRODUCTION The Board only certifies a group of employees if the resultant bargaining unit is suitable for collective bargaining.

A File Size: KB. Determination of appropriate unit 27 (1) Where a trade union applies under section 24 for certification as the bargaining agent for a unit that the trade union considers appropriate for collective bargaining, the Board shall determine the unit that, in the opinion of the Board, is appropriate for collective bargaining.

Guide to the Labour Relations Code In order to make that determination, the Board must specify which employees should be covered by the certification. This is called the determination of the appropriate bargaining unit. The Board has the exclusive authority to make that determination.

The Board usually determines the appropriate bargaining. bargaining unit. bargaining unit means a unit (a) determined by the Board to be appropriate for collective bargaining, or (b) to which a collective agreement applies; (unité de négociation) Board. Board [Repealed,c. 20, s. ] collective agreement.

Determination of Appropriate Bargaining Units Marginal note: Determination of unit 57 (1) When an application for certification is made under sect the Board must determine the group of employees that constitutes a unit appropriate for collective bargaining.

The Labour Relations Board is empowered to decide on applications for appeal under sections 33 and 51 of the Act. Under section 33 of the Act, stop work or other remedial orders made by the assistant deputy minister or an officer may be appealed to the Board and the Board. A GUIDE TO THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT, determine your precise legal rights, you should refer to the appropriate statute (for example, the Labour Relations Act or Employment Standards Act), the Board's Rules of Procedure, and any Board decisions on the subject.

Be aware that The Ontario Labour Relations Board is an independent, quasi File Size: KB. Labor Relations. Self-organization Representation Collective Bargaining ULP and Strike Security of Tenure/Termination Disputes Dispute Settlement Atty. Marlon J. Manuel Basic Principles Article Declaration of policy.

It is the policy of the State: (a) To promote and emphasize the primacy of free collective bargaining and negotiations, including voluntary arbitration, mediation and. An application can be made to the Board under Section (a) of the Labour Relations Code to determine whether a person is an "employee" as defined in Section 1 of the Code, and under Section (l) to determine whether that person should be included in or excluded from a bargaining unit.

Fiona McQuarries Industrial Relations in Canada received wide praise for helping students to understand the complex and sometimes controversial field of Industrial Relations, by using just the right blend of practice, process, and theory.

The text engages business students with diverse backgrounds and teaches them how an understanding of this field will help them become better Author: Fiona Mcquarrie. rather an appropriate unit - Board finds no reason to depart from practice of certifying craft 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. Topic heading Sub-topic headings Case summary Employer's. The Ontario Labour Relations Board is required to hold a hearing when determining whether to direct a representation vote under section 8 of the Act.

The Board is required to base the voting constituency for the vote on the determination of the bargaining unit that it makes under section 9 of the Act.

ONTARIO LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD. INFORMATION BULLETIN NO. Accreditation in the Construction Industry. Under s. of the. Labour Relations Act, (NON-ICI) Where a union or council of unions represents the employees of more than one employer, an employers’ organization may apply to the Board to be accredited as the bargaining agent File Size: 32KB.

The Chairperson of the Public Service Labour Relations Board may at any time, whether requested to do so or not, appoint a mediator to discuss with the parties and to assist them in settling the dispute by any means that the mediator considers appropriate, including mediation, facilitation and fact finding.

If the mediation is unsuccessful. Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (10th Edition) Edit edition. Problem 2RQ from Chapter 4: How does the National Labor Relations Act limit the board&#x Get solutions.

A bargaining unit consisting solely of employees who were members of the same profession was deemed to be appropriate for collective bargaining, but the OLRB could include professionals in a bargaining unit with other employees if it was satisfied that a majority wished to be included in a broader unit.

The amendments also repealed the. Book V – Labor Relations. BOOK FIVE. LABOR RELATIONS. Title I POLICY AND DEFINITIONS Employees of an appropriate bargaining unit who are not members of the recognized collective bargaining agent may be assessed a reasonable fee equivalent to the dues and other fees paid by members of the recognized collective bargaining agent, if such non.

School Board Update Ontario Government Proposes Central Bargaining for School Boards. Date: Octo The Ontario government has introduced legislation that would, if passed, provide for central bargaining for school boards – a significant departure from how collective bargaining has historically occurred in the sector.

Effect of Labour Relations Code. 2 (1) Unless inconsistent with this Act, and for the purposes of this Act, the board has all the powers of the Labour Relations Board under the Labour Relations Code, and a union under this Act is deemed to be a trade union within the meaning of the Labour Relations Code.

(2) The board may make orders requiring the government's bargaining agent and an employees.The VLRB is called upon to make unit determination decisions most often when employers challenge the bargaining unit proposed by a union petitioning to be exclusive bargaining representative of a group of employees.DETERMINATION OF APPROPRIATE BARGAINING UNIT BY THE NLRB: PRINCIPLES, RULES, AND POLICIES.

WALTER L. DAYKIN* THE statutory provisions in section 9(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act. 1. give to the National Labor Relations Board the power or the ex-clusive jurisdiction to determine the appropriate unit for collectiveAuthor: Walter L.

Daykin.