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Canada Industrial Relations Board

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The Canadian labour relations environment has undergone significant developments and has faced many challenges in recent years. On the international front, the globalization of markets has resulted in heightened competition, corporate mergers and technological change, and has led employers to seek productivity improvements, including the redefinition of bargaining units in some instances, in order to remain competitive. These pressures have recently increased with the strong appreciation of the Canadian dollar against its U.S. counterpart and concerns over a potential recession in the U.S. On the national front, a relatively ...
and navigation, interprovincial or international transportation (ie. road, railway, ferry or pipeline). It also applies to businesses in the Territories, on First Nations reserves , and certain crown corporations. However, it does not apply to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), military , or those covered under the (now repealed) Public Service Staff Relations Act (RS 1985, c. P-35) or its successor Public Service Modernization Act (2003, c. 22) .
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They ruffle our feathers whenever they find us alone and in small numbers, and we do the same to them.Our love for Terpsichore, the Muse of movement, provokes Vera and others like her to angry outbursts. The report also includes industry definition, 5-yearhistorical trends on industry sales, establishments and employment and estimateson up to 10 sub-industries, including architectural engineering and housedesigners. (d) Primarily represents payroll costs in our hotel management business that we incur and pay on behalf of property owners and for which we are reimbursed by the property owners. Via thismobile network, users can ... market research, surveys and trends
Pilot Unsure if he is Going Back to Job
West Wind Aviation Inc. has asked for a review of a labour decision that would see an employee the company believes resigned from his job last year reinstated with full back pay and benefits. But the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) is confident the decision, made by federal arbitrator Frank Moorgen earlier this month, will stand. The union says the employee, pilot Mark Urlacher, was wrongfully dismissed after giving his employer notice he was being considered for a job with WestJet. "It is West Wind's opinion that the arbitrator's decision was inconsistent with the evidence presented ... market research, surveys and trends


2010-11 RPP - Canada Industrial Relations Board
Less than one percent of all decisions rendered are overturned by the .... Approximately 80% of the CIRB's $13 million operating budget is expended on ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Bell Canada Employees to Vote on Company Offer - Industrial ...
The main responsibility of the CIRB is to interprete and administer the Industrial Relations and Occupational Health and Safety sections of the Canadian Labour Code. The CIRB also contributes to promote effect industrial relations to any work, undertaking or business that falls under the  ( CIRB CIRB Centre D'informatique Pour La Région Bruxelloise (French) CIRB Canada Industrial Relations Board CIRB Construction Industry Research Board CIRB Compensation Insurance Rating Board CIRB Crop Insurance Research Bureau ) has issued a decision requesting the union representing Bell Canada's operators and technicians, the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Canada: Steelworkers union finalizing concessions contract at Vale
After several weeks of negotiations under the auspices of labour mediator Kevin Burkett, the bargaining committees of United Steelworkers Local 6500 in Sudbury and Local 6200 in Port Colborne, Ontario, have all but finalized a wholesale concessions contract with mining giant Vale (formerly Vale Inco). The strike of 3,300 miners, smelter and mill workers began nearly one year ago, on 13 July 2009. The dispute is the longest in the more than one hundred year history of nickel mining in the Sudbury basin. On June 22, the company and the steelworkers’ leadership came to an agreement on virtually every contract demand place on ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Business Calendar June 28
Monday -- In Toronto, the Ontario Labour Relations Board hears a bad-faith bargaining complaint by the United Steelworkers against Vale Inco. Tuesday -- In Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases industrial-product and raw-materials price indexes for May, and in Toronto, Virgin America airlines launches its international service with daily flights from San Francisco and Los Angeles to Pearson International. Wednesday -- In Calgary, Shaw Communications Inc. issues its third-quarter results before the markets open. Thursday -- Canada Day holiday. Canadian markets closed. Friday -- In Windsor, auto sales data for June will be released ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Much time, effort and resources were spent on complaints before the Canada Industrial Relations Board[1], work refusals and investigations under Health and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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