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978-0-7798-7941-0
Book S.O. Annual/biannual/biennial
Annual volumes supplied on standing order subscription
Approximately 460 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2017-12-29
Carswell

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Ontario Labour Relations Act: Quick Reference - 2018 Edition
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This new edition gives you the most up-to-date information about the Ontario Labour Relations Act

Improve efficiency - save time - get the most up-to-date information when you need it with this fully indexed 2018 reference guide. Know the rules of conduct that should be followed by employers, unions and employees under the Ontario Labour Relations Act. The completely updated and expanded Ontario Labour Relations Act: Quick Reference – 2018 Edition walks you through the Ontario Labour Relations Act by defining the respective roles and duties of the workplace parties and discussing the steps involved in the certification of a union, unfair labour practices, collective bargaining procedures, first agreement arbitration, sales of businesses, and how disputes under the agreement are to be resolved.

 

The new 2018 edition contains the full text of the Act for your convenience, as well as Regulations, and a helpful index to the full contents of the guide.

 

NEW IN THE 2018 EDITION

 

  • Discussion of changes to the Labour Relations Act brought about by Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017. These changes include updates to provisions on card-based certification, union certification, successor rights, the structure of bargaining units, return to work rights and procedures, and protection from just cause terminations under certain circumstances in relation to the collective bargaining process.
  • Further commentary on the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision with respect to freedom of association in Mounted Police Assn. of Ontario v Canada (Attorney General).
  • Clarifications and updated commentary throughout the publication.

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À propos de l'auteur

Jamie Knight, LL.B., is a partner in the Hamilton and Toronto offices of Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP. The firm is the Canadian partner in L&E Global, a worldwide affiliation of employers' counsel, with member firms from throughout Europe, the United States, Mexico, South America, Asia, and as far away as Australia and New Zealand. Mr. Knight has over 30 years of experience representing management in all areas of Employment and Labour law. He is Chair of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers ("CACE"). He has also authored or co-authored some 20 publications for use by human resource professionals and lawyers on labour relations, health and safety, human rights, and wrongful dismissal.

Brian P. MacDonald, LL.B., is a partner with the firm practising in all areas of labour and employment law. Brian received an Honours B.A. in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario in 2006 and received his LL.B. from Dalhousie University in 2009. Brian articled at the firm before joining as an associate upon his call to the bar in 2010. Brian is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association. Brian has extensive experience in labour and employment matters, and appears regularly before the Ontario Labour Relations Board on a wide variety of issues.

Diane Laranja, J.D., is an associate in the Toronto office of Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP. Diane regularly presents at human resources conferences and seminars on labour relations, health and safety, and disability management, as has conducted various management training sessions. She practices in all areas of employment and labour law, with a particular emphasis on certification and decertification, grievance arbitration, occupational health and safety, and construction labour relations.

Diane currently sits on the Safety Communications Committee and Board of Directors for the Ontario Electrical League. She is also past Vice President and Board Member of the Canadian Association of Women in Construction. Diane obtained her law degree from the University of Ottawa’s Common Law program. While in law school, Diane also completed course internships with Canada Post’s Labour Relations department, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, and the Public Service Labour Relations Board. She was a member of the first place team at the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration moot in Vienna, Austria against 263 other law schools. She seconded with the Ontario Labour Relations Board during her articles. Prior to law school, Diane graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Commerce, having majored in Management and minored in Human Resources Management.