Ontario Public Service Employment and Labour Law

Overview

This book deals with the Crown Employees Collective Bargaining Act and the Public Service Act, the statutes that primarily govern unionized and non-unionized employment and labour relations in the Ontario Public Service and Crown Agencies. The book provides a full review of all sections, and all judicial and arbitral consideration, of both acts. It also discusses the unique treatment of the Crown and its employees in the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act and the Employment Standards Act.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction

Chapter 1: The Idea of the Public Service
Chapter 2: Legislative History
Chapter 3: Public Service Act Employment
Chapter 4: Special Duties and Obligations of Public Servants and Crown Employees
Chapter 5: Special Classes of Government Employment
Chapter 6: General Employment-Related Legislation Applicable to the Crown
Chapter 7: CECBA Trade Union Rights and Obligations
Chapter 8: CECBA Collective Bargaining and Essential Services
Chapter 9: Grievance Settlement Board - Jurisdictional, Procedural, and Remedial Issues
Chapter 10: Key Aspects of OPSEU/MBS Collective Agreement, as Interpreted by the GSB
Chapter 11: Public Service Grievance Settlement Board
Chapter 12: Access to the Courts

Table of Cases
Index

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