What the Labour Relations Act Provides for regarding Agreements

(b) labour disputes affecting the normal movement of trade and the full production of goods and merchandise for trade can be avoided or significantly reduced to a minimum if employers, workers and workers` organizations each legally recognize the legitimate rights of the other in their mutual relations and, in particular, legally recognize that neither party has the right in their relations with another party: to perform acts or practices that affect health, safety or public interests. § 211 [§ 181.] (a) For guidance and information to interested representatives of employers, employees and the general public, the Labour Statistics Office of the Ministry of Labour keeps a file containing copies of all available collective agreements and other agreements and measures available under such agreements to resolve or adjust labour disputes. The record may be consulted under the reasonable conditions prescribed by the Minister of Labour, except that no specific information submitted confidentially is disclosed. (c) certain controversies arising between the parties to collective agreements can be avoided or minimized by providing employers and their workers` representatives with comprehensive and appropriate State facilities to provide for inclusion in such agreements, which provide for adequate notification of any proposed changes to the terms of such agreements; for the final correction of complaints or questions relating to the application or interpretation of these agreements and other provisions intended to prevent the subsequent occurrence of such controversies. The Industrial Relations Act is the law that regulates industrial relations and collective bargaining in the private sector of this province. § 302. [§ 186.] (a) [payment or loan, etc. (B) established for the purpose of improving relations with work management, job security, organisational efficiency, improving economic development or the participation of workers in decisions affecting their workplace, including improving communication on matters of mutual interest and interest. The NLRA establishes procedures for the selection of a work organization that represents a unit of workers in collective bargaining. Employers are prohibited by law from interfering in this selection. The NLRA requires the employer to negotiate with the designated representative of its employees. It does not require either party to accept a proposal or make concessions, but establishes procedural guidelines for good faith negotiations.