The Labour Legislation Review Committee's Final Report 1987

Authors

  • E. G. Fisher
  • James C. Robb

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1654

Abstract

This article examines the recommendations in the Labour Legislation Review Committee's Final Report 1987and the corresponding proposed changes contained in Bills 60 and 53, as well as their impact and potential. Key new directions include mandated communications' committees for nearly all workers and greater third-party intervention into collective bargaining, particularly in construction. Should the assumptions upon which the legislative changes are based not be realized, their intent clearly need not be achieved.

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