IRE431H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Picketing, Beck, Wrongful Dismissal

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Ire431 chapter 36: mapping the collective bargaining regime. Regulatory standards limit freedom of contract in pursuit of the public policy objective of improving working conditions and encouraging wider income distribution. Another method of protecting workers from the harshness of market forces is to. [turn] up the bargaining power valve on the employees" side, so that employees are negotiating on a more level playing field. This is a principal goal of the collective bargaining regime. The collective bargaining regime is concerned with the various legal rules - tort, contract, and legislative - that govern employment relations once workers leave the common law regime of individual employment contracts for collective bargaining. A brief overview of the common law"s treatment of collective worker activities. Modern collective bargaining legislation operates in the shadow of common law rules of tort and contract that were often used to crush early attempts by workers to join unions and pressure their employers to engage in collective bargaining.

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