The role of unions and the Canadian labour environment has been changing dramatically. Union density is decreasing while the role of temporary workers continues to grow. The legal framework of collective bargaining has also changed, and in many cases been restricted. Meanwhile, the battle for adequate labour standards for temporary foreign workers continues.
What do all these changes mean for labour law, labour rights and labour negotiation? What role does the coming B.C. election play in B.C. labour standards? Join the UBC Law Social Justice Action Network on March 12, at 12:30 pm, for a panel discussion addressing these various changes, and analysing the changing role of unions and workers rights in Canada.
Our panel will feature discussions from:
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