Federal Labour Law and Practice

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Federal Labour Law and Practice provides a detailed and analytical review of federal labour law as it has been developed by the Canada Industrial Relations Board (and where relevant its predecessor the Canada Labour Relations Board) and the courts, with special emphasis on the impact of the 1999 amendments to the Canada Labour Code.

This work includes a thorough review of the Canada Industrial Relations Board Regulations, 2012 and an analysis of the impact of the new Regulations on the Board's practice and procedure.

An essential text for labour practitioners, in-house counsel, unions, and human resources professionals dealing with federally regulated unionized workplaces, it covers the following topics:

  • The historical context of the federal labour law
  • Background and recent developments to the federal sector
  • The Code in our federal system
  • Extraterritorial application of the Code
  • Organization of the Board and Board procedures
  • Who is covered by the Canada Labour Code
  • Interim orders
  • Acquisition and revocation of bargaining rights
  • Collective bargaining under the Canada Labour Code
  • The Board's power to review and reconsider its decision
  • Sale of business applications
  • Content and interpretation of collective agreements
  • Strikes and lock-outs
  • Unfair labour practices
  • Offences and punishments, and more

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Labor & employment

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2013-06-27

Hardcover Specifications

Service #:
30835823

Sub #:
30835823

Pages:
N/A

Shelf Space:
1

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eBook Specifications

ISBN:
9780888045942