LAW 529 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Collective Bargaining, Ultra Vires, Labour Law

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Advantages of unions: unionized employee perspective: job security, business perspective, society perspective (non-unionized employees, collective goods, right to work no longer. Disadvantages of unions: unionized employee perspective: paying union fees, business perspective, society perspective (non-unionized employees) Imbalance of bargaining power keeps individual employment contract from being statisfactory regulation mechanicism. Collective negotiation b/w trade unions and ers lead to a collective agreenment between parties. Canada is a federal state with 3 levels of government. 91-92 of constitution act, 1867 set out division of power between the federal and provincial governments. But with no specific reference to employment matters. At the beginning of the 20th century, following several strikes, the federal government passed the. In 1872, the trade unions act was passed by the federal government and gave unions legal status industrial dispute investigation act: provinces took no part in regulating unionized workplaces. Each province should pass their labour laws. Charter rights are not absolute but subject to limitations set in s. 1.

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