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Class Notes for JS380 at University of Regina

Social Justice

JS380 Lecture Notes - Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Unfair Business Practices, Walmart Canada

Alteration of Working Conditions: The Statutory Freeze  no unlitaral changes to the wokring conditinos during the certication and bargaining processes.  PRe-certification freeze begins when certificat...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Beta Blocker

Dismissal for Cause  If an employee commits a breach that is severe enough to constitue a repudiation of the employment contract, the employer has just cuase for dismissal, and is not required to giv...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Canada Labour Code, Seneca College, Wrongful Dismissal

Establishing the Employment Relationship  Since employment is fundamentally treated as a contract, courts were often reluctant to force people into them o this lead to racism, etc. o ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Independent Contractor

Introduction to the Common Law Contract of Employment  Common law contract of employment is a normal contract between two parties, offer and agreement o exchanging capital for labour ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Jaguar, Canadian Union Of Public Employees

Aftermath of BC Health Services  Agriculural Employees Protection act vioated s. 2(d) rights of agricultural wokers o ONCA- without a statutory duty to bargainin in good fiath, there could be no ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - National Labor Relations Act, Bargaining Unit, Majority Rule

The Wagner Act Model and the Principle of Exclusivity  Wagner Act create din US and adopted in Canada in the 30s. o mandatory certification procedure which allows a union to become exclusive ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Bargaining Unit, United Steelworkers

Managerial Employees & Near-Employees  Student nurses, medical residents, articling law students, etc. o may have acess to bargaining where the relationship resembles a tradtional emplo...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Canada Industrial Relations Board

Unfair Labour Practices during Organization  the employer has an incetive to try and derail certification because unionization will cost money and cut into profits  labour legislation seeks to avoid t...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Hearst (Media), National Labor Relations Act, Blue-Collar Worker

Status Under Collective Bargaining Legislation: Introduction  only employyes are capable of collective bargaining, but the nature of "employee" is in flux o ie, increasing numbers of contracts,...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bargaining Unit, Collective Bargaining

Lecture 13: Disclosure of Decisions or Plans Substantially Affecting the Bargaining Unit.  In Westinghouse Canada, board considered degree to which duty to bargain in good faith requires the employer to dis...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Royal Oak Mines

Lecture 14: Components of the Duty to Bargain in Good Faith  Subjectiv erequirement to bargainin good faith  objective requirement to make reasonable efforts to come to an agreement  normally as long a...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Labour Law, Totalitarianism, The Employer

Lecture 10: Industrial Conflict  while collective bargain in force, union cannot strike o all bargains by law must have clause prohibiting strikes during the collective bargain ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Royal Oak Mines

Lecture 12: Remedies for violating the Duty to Bargain  Remedies are not penalties o can only award compensation to the injured union, not punish the employer.  Labour Board must stay within the ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Billable Hours, Professional Responsibility, Bargaining Unit

Lecture 11: First Contract Arbitration  If the parties cannot make an agreement following the first collective bargaining period, most jursidctons will require arbitration  Jurisdictional differences ...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak
JS380 Lecture Notes - Living Wage, Accelerating Change, Precarious Work

Legal Response to Labour Issues  Discrimination o hard to claim, but there are legal discrimination o becomes easier with clear standards and benchmarks o most remedies availabl...

Justice Studies
JS380
Stefan Idziak

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