Labour arbitration in Canada /
Morton Mitchnick and Brian Etherington ; with the assistance of Boris Bohuslawsky.
Third edition.
Toronto : Lancaster House, [2018]
xxvi, 730 pages ; 23 cm
9780920450666 (softcover)
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Toronto : Lancaster House, [2018]
9780920450666 (softcover)
contents note
Part 1. Evidence and procedure -- 1. The arbitration process -- 2. Procedural objections to arbitrability --- 3. Fundamental objections to arbitrability -- 4. Pre-hearing procedure -- 5. Procedure and proof at the hearing -- 6. Admissibility of evidence -- 7. Remedial powers of the arbitrator -- 8. Enforcement and review of awards -- 9. Duty of fair representation -- Part 2. Discharge and discipline -- 10. Discharge and discipline: general principles -- 11. Dishonest and illegal conduct -- 12. Disloyalty and breach of trust -- 13. Insubordinate, violent and abusive conduct -- 14. Employer rules and privacy in the workplace -- 15. Disability and the duty to accommodate -- 16. Other forms of separation -- Part 3. Contract interpretation -- 17. Interpreting the collective agreement -- 18. Assignment of bargaining unit work -- 19. Seniority rights defined -- 20. Promotion -- 21. Layoff and recall -- 22. Hours of work -- 23. Wages and benefits -- 24. Leaves of absence -- 25. Rights of trade unions -- 26. Responsibilities of trade unions.
general note
Includes index.
"Features Canada-wide coverage of more than 150 topics, including: Video surveillance; Violence, harassment, and bullying; Disciplinary offences and assessment of penalty; Drug & alcohol testing and other employer policies affecting privacy; Wages, benefits, and leaves of absence; Sick leave, medical examinations, and the collection of health information; Disability, family status, and the duty to accommodate; Probationary employees; Union representation and disciplinary procedures; Seniority, job postings, layoff and recall; Sexual harassment; Management rights; Assessment of damages for breach of contract or statute; Strikes and strike-related misconduct; Hearsay, privilege, onus of proof, and Charter evidentiary issues; Principles of collective agreement interpretation; Union rights and union responsibilities; Hours of work and other employment standards issues; Time limits, production of documents, and arbitration procedures; Attendance management."--Publisher's website.
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