Workplace Nl Collective Agreement

(2) Notwithstanding paragraph 64, paragraph 1, the accreditation of an employer organization is accompanied by a collective agreement between a section 1 employer and a union or union council, which ends and is no longer in force, i.e. a collective agreement is the collective agreement for the purposes of the special project; and (e) the arbitration body designated under this provision consults relevant evidence and arguments regarding the difference or allegation by the parties or counsel on behalf of either of them, and makes a decision on the difference or allegation, and the decision is made to the parties and the person for whom the agreement was made , definitively and bindingly; (f) to modify or restrict the establishment or effect of a provision of a collective agreement and to determine the rights of the agreement of workers involved in the sale, tenancy, transfer or injunction by other means; 4. If, in the context of a labour dispute, the parties to the dispute decide to terminate the dispute through arbitration or by the procedure commonly known as the final selection of the offer or other means of agreeing to the parties to reach a collective agreement satisfactory to the parties, there is no interpretation in that law that prevents the parties from entering into a collective agreement in this way. (12) If, before midnight, the parties to the dispute or disputes agree to use a collective agreement appeal procedure instead of section 4 as provided for in paragraph 4, the parties may settle the dispute or difference and settle the settlement by these means, proceed with the settlement by arbitration in accordance with Section 86. 3. Where the parties to a collective agreement to which this section applies, there is a conflict or dispute between the parties to a collective agreement that applies between the date of its termination and the date of compliance with the provisions of Section 116 of this section, this section applies to the resolution of the dispute or difference. 28. (1) A worker or person acting on behalf of a union shall not resort to coercion or intimidation to promote or prevent union membership, but nothing in this act prevents a person acting on behalf of a union from persuading an employer to enter into an agreement with that union which, as a condition of employment with that employer, , membership or retention of union membership or any other employment condition where the union has been designated or chosen as a bargaining partner by the majority of the employees of the unit concerned. b) For the duration of the collective agreement, a worker bound by a collective agreement or on whose behalf a collective agreement has been concluded cannot strike and a negotiator who is a party to the collective agreement does not declare or authorize the worker`s strike. 29.

Except for a dispute submitted to subsection 117, paragraph 2, during the duration of a collective agreement, a union and a person acting on behalf of a union and a worker bound by a collective agreement or on whose behalf a collective agreement has been concluded, cannot support, encourage, tolerate or participate in an organized slowdown to limit or limit production.