Canadian Construction Labour and Employment Law
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When labour and employment law is applied to the unique requirements of the construction industry, the intricate rules and guidelines that apply to questions such as jurisdiction, successor rights, sectoral determinations and certification requirements make it a difficult area of law through which to maneuver.
This work provides the solution - a complete guide for labour, employment and construction law practitioners called upon to advise clients when labour or employment issues arise in construction matters.
Significant labour and employment issues impacting the construction industry are detailed and analyzed. Included is guidance on:
- Classifying employees vs. independent contractors
- Certification of trade unions
- Jurisdictional disputes between unions
- Related employers and successor rights
- Collective bargaining procedures
- Strikes, lockouts and unfair labour practices
- Employment standards
- Occupational health and safety issues
- Judicial review of Board decisions
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