British Columbia Collective Bargaining Agreements

50 (1) Despite all the provisions contained in it, a collective agreement concluded before or after this code came into force must apply for less than one year from the date of entry into force and cannot be denounced by the parties within one year of that date, unless the Minister agrees. 37 (1) If a union declares that it is, as a result of a merger, merger or transfer of jurisdiction, the successor of a union which, at the time of the merger, merger or demerger of the jurisdiction, has been recognized as a bargaining partner for an entity or has been voluntarily recognized, the board may, in a proceeding before the board or at the request of the union concerned, , to discuss with the parties, the mediator must report to the Associate Chair no later than 10 days after the first meeting with the parties or 20 days after the appointment of the mediator, depending on the date on which the Minister indicates, at the latest, the issues on which the parties have or have not agreed, as well as other information , which the mediator considers relevant. Collective negotiations between the parties. 88 If there is a difference over the life of a collective agreement and the House considers that there have been instances of delay or if it is a source of industrial unrest between the parties, the House may, at the request of either party or by law, relieve fair and reasonable violations of the time frames or other procedural obligations provided by the collective agreement. (c) encourages collective bargaining practice and procedures between employers and unions as freely elected representatives of workers (10) If the certification of a union as a bargaining partner for an entity is removed in accordance with a provision of this code, no other union may apply for certification as a bargaining partner for workers within that unit until a period of ten months or a shorter period by the board of directors. 36 If collective bargaining with a business is governed by Canadian law and the business or part of it is sold, leased, transferred or otherwise divested and is subject to B.C. law, Section 35 applies and the purchaser, tenant or purchaser is bound by a collective agreement in force as of the date of the order. (g.1) Order an employer to submit to the Board of Directors, within the time frame set by the House, a list of workers in the proposed bargaining unit, 82 (1) The objective of this party is to define methods and procedures for the determination of complaints and the resolution of disputes in accordance with the provisions of a collective agreement without resorting to work stoppages. (c) to refuse the injunction despite a violation of that code, collective agreement or regulations, if the House considers that the provision is fair and equitable in light of the inappropriate conduct of the person filing the application or appeal; 58 Any collective agreement must provide that there are no strikes or lockouts as long as the contract persists, and if a collective agreement does not contain such a provision, it is considered the following rule: 6. If the first collective agreement is not concluded within 20 days of the appointment of the mediator, the mediator must report to the Deputy President and report back to either of the (a) it has exclusive authority to bargain collectively for unity and to bind it through a collective agreement until the certificate is revoked; (b) ensure that appropriate procedures have been developed to integrate contractors and salaried workers into a single bargaining unit; 84 (1) Any collective agreement must include a provision relating to the dismissal or discipline of a related worker. , and this or any other provision must require the employer to have a just and appropriate reason for the dismissal or discipline of a worker, but this section does not prohibit parties to a collective agreement from including another provision relating to the employment of certain test workers.