Collective Bargaining in Canada
Human Right or Canadian Illusion?Book - 2006
Recounting the cuts to freedom of association and the collective bargaining process across Canada since the 1980s, this study challenges the notion that Canada is an international champion of human rights. With documentation on the assaults to the rights of Canadian workers, this text considers the ways governments intervene to stop the collective bargaining process and evaluates topics such as the history of collective bargaining in Canada, the role of the International Labor Office, and the future hope of restoring rights and fairness to labor laws.
Publisher: Black Point, NS : Fernwood Pub., c2006
Edition: 2nd ed
Branch Call Number: 331.89 FUD
Characteristics: viii, 135 p. ; 23 cm