The law of work : industrial relations and collective bargaining /
David J. Doorey.
Toronto, Canada : Emond Publishing, 2017.
xi, 330 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
9781772551662 (softcover)
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Toronto, Canada : Emond Publishing, 2017.
9781772551662 (softcover)
contents note
The Law of Work: A Timeline -- PART I: The Law of Work: Themes, Frameworks, and Perspectives -- 1. Canadian Work Law in a Nutshell -- 2. The Law of What? Employment, Self-Employment, and Everything in Between -- 3. A Framework for Analyzing the Law of Work -- 4. Key Perspectives That Shape the Law of Work -- Selected Cases: Part I -- PART II: The Collective Bargaining Regime and Industrial Relations -- 5. Mapping the Collective Bargaining Regime -- 6. A Brief History of the Labour and the Law / Allison Braley-Rattai -- 7. Why Do Workers Join Unions, and What Effects Do Unions Have on Business? / Scott Walsworth -- 8. The Unionization Process -- 9. Unfair Labour Practices and the Right to Organize -- 10. Collective Bargaining and the Making of a Collective Agreement -- 11. The Law of Industrial Conflict -- 12. The Collective Agreement -- 13. Grievances and the Labour Arbitration Process -- 14. What Is “Just Cause” for Discipline or Discharge of Unionized Employees? -- 15. The Regulation of Unions: Legal Status, the Duty of Fair Representation, and Decertification -- 16. Public Sector Labour Relations / Christopher C. Rootham -- Selected Cases: Part II -- Part III: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Law of Work -- 17. The Charter and Regulatory Standards -- 18. The Charter and the Collective Bargaining Regime / Benjamin Oliphant and David Doorey -- Selected Cases: Part III -- Glossary.
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Contributors: Alison Braley, Scott Walsworth, Chris Rootham, Benjamin Oliphant.
"The Law of Work: Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining is a companion volume to The Law of Work: Common Law and the Regulation of Work. It provides an in-depth but accessible exploration of the unionization process, collective bargaining, the regulation of unions, industrial conflict, collective agreement administration, and more. Written primarily with a non-law audience in mind, it explains complex legal issues and policy debates using accessible language and short, focused chapters. More than a collection of legal rules and statistics, this text provides comprehensive analysis supported by both research and practical examples."--Publisher's website.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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