Mandatory terms provisions that must be included

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Unformatted text preview: process – could lead to review + reversal of management decisions (eg. – affect employer’s compensation costs – impose constraints on layoffs + promotions – require membership + payment of employee dues – union protected during most of contract term termination of employee) Explain the difference between mandatory and voluntary terms. mandatory terms – provisions that must be included because they are required by legislation: o prohibitionagainststrike+lockoutsduringtermofcollectiveagreement o provisionforarbitrationofdisputesrelatingtoadministrationofagreement o minimumtermofoneyear voluntary terms – provisions that parties agree to include but are not required by legislation Collective bargaining – The negotiation process between employees and union to come up with...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course COMM 392 taught by Professor Carson during the Fall '09 term at UBC.

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