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Labour arbitration in Canada /
Morton Mitchnick and Brian Etherington.
edition
2nd ed.
imprint
Toronto : Lancaster House, 2012.
description
xxvi, 583 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780920450390 :
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imprint
Toronto : Lancaster House, 2012.
isbn
9780920450390 :
contents note
Part 1. Evidence and procedure -- The arbitration process -- Procedural objections to arbitrability --- Fundamental objections to arbitrability -- Pre-hearing procedure -- Procedure and proof at the hearing -- Admissibility of evidence -- Remedial powers of the arbitrator -- Enforcement and review of awards -- Duty of fair representation -- Part 2. Discharge and discipline -- General principles -- Dishonest and illegal conduct -- Disloyalty and breach of trust -- Insubordinate and abusive conduct -- Employer rules and privacy in the workplace -- Disability and the duty to accommodate -- Other forms of separation -- Part 3. Contract interpretation -- Interpreting the collective agreement -- Assignment of bargaining unit work -- Seniority rights defined -- Promotion -- Layoff and recall -- Hours of work -- Wages and benefits -- Leaves of absence -- Rights of trade unions -- Responsibilities of trade unions.
general note
Includes index.
abstract
"Based on the authors’ popular service Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration, this compact text provides an authoritative resource for all labour relations practitioners. The newly issued Second Edition has been extensively revised and updated to reflect, in a convenient and easy-to-read format, the most recent developments in the law of labour arbitration. Written by Mort Mitchnick, a prominent labour relations lawyer and former arbitrator, and Brian Etherington, a leading arbitrator and labour law professor, Labour Arbitration in Canada features Canada-wide coverage of more than 150 topics, including: Video surveillance; Violence and harassment; Drug testing; Computer and internet abuse; Attendance management; Privacy and collection of health information; Disability and the duty to accommodate. Labour Arbitration in Canada fills a longstanding need for a concise but comprehensive analysis of significant arbitration decisions, in a portable format."--Publisher.
catalogue key
8651583
 
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