(f) “collective agreement”: a written agreement between an employer or employer organization acting on behalf of the employer and a bargaining partner of workers acting on behalf of a work unit and containing provisions that respect the terms of employment and related issues; 33. (1) Notwithstanding any other law or collective agreement that is otherwise binding on an employer or other law, an employer who is a party to a collective agreement may hire a non-union member who is a party to the collective agreement if he is otherwise qualified for a job and applies to be a member of the union. , whether or not the union accepts this person in its affiliation. (a) where the collective agreement applies for two years or less in the two months prior to the expiry of the collective agreement; or (2) Where an arbitration body finds that a worker has been dismissed or disciplined by an employer for reasons, it may, unless the penalty is prescribed in the collective agreement which is mandatory for workers and employers, review and amend the sentence imposed by the employer and, in the event of dismissal of the worker, replace another sentence which, in the circumstances, , seems fair and proportionate. 75. If, in accordance with Section 73, part of the other party denounced the agreement at the request of one of the parties, the parties meet at least every two months to discuss workplace issues to encourage effective communication between the parties bound by this agreement. (2) If no collective agreement is in effect and a bargaining partner has not been certified for the unit under this Act, the application may be made at any time. (f) authorize a party to a collective agreement to be negotiated by collective agreement. (a) an employer or employer organization that is bound by a collective agreement or is a party to a collective agreement cannot declare or engage in a lockout against a worker bound by a collective agreement or, on behalf of it, the collective agreement; and 72.
Yes, under this Act, the Board of Directors has certified a union as a worker bargaining partner of a single entity and that no collective agreement is in effect with its employer, which is mandatory for the workers of the unit or concluded on behalf of that unit (2) an employer, buyer, taker, acquirer, acquirer, purchaser or negotiator, union or other person mentioned in subsection 1 may present itself to the board of directors to resolve a question or a problem. that the sale, tenancy, transfer or injunction has given rise to or may arise from a collective agreement, certification, notification of application or authorization to terminate.