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Department
Management
Course
MGM102H5
Professor
Dave Swanston
Semester
Winter

Description
Lecture Notes Chapter 12- Labour Relations Toyota, Unifor spar over union’s attempt to organize Ontario plants Article • Variety of different unions in different groups increase competition for resources • Union underestimated number of employees and doesn’t have enough to formally apply for a union vote; were off by about 1000 employees • When they go to a vote, if they get a 50%+1 vote, the union will represent all workers whether they want to be represented by the union or not Objectives of Organized Labour • Change over time to reflect societal and economic trends • Job security issues are important • There is increasing emphasis on job training and skill upgrading as a basis of job security • Unions work more closely with management to help protect job security and competitiveness The Collective Bargaining Process • Collective bargaining: the process whereby union and management representatives negotiate a contract for workers • Certification: a formal process
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