Ministry Of Labour Collective Agreements Library

If you are looking for agreements in other provinces or federal agreements, you can access multiple resources through the resource list. Internal sources may include: surveys of union members, complaints filed under the current collective agreement, and issues identified in previous rounds of negotiations. Collective Bargaining Information Services collects, analyzes and distributes information about the province`s pricing relationships. Quebec City Construction Commission. Current agreements by sector, in English. Free. It`s Negotech. Full text of Canadian agreements concluded by selected bargaining units with 100 or more provincial jurisdiction, all federally regulated bargaining units and all large bargaining units with 500 or more employees. It`s searchable. Send your new agreement to the collective agreements submission site.

Here is the link to the collective agreement database. The submission of your collective agreement in accordance with Section 132 of the Labour Code helps to improve the quality of information on collective bargaining. The province uses this data to produce reports such as The Negotiation Update, which provides labour relations and pricing information to the public. British Columbia Government and Service Employees Union. Copies of provincial master`s contracts for B.C government employees and public sector employees. Free. External sources may be: collective agreements of other trade unions, information on the labour market and information on current economic conditions. On this search page, only current and past agreements will be displayed. If you would like access to previous agreements, please contact the CBA analyst at 780-427-8301. British Columbia Labour Relations Board Latest AGREEMENTs in PDF format. Searchable, searchable by employer name.

Free. Ontario Hospital Association. Local collective agreements online, in alphabetical order by union name. Free. Where can I find agreements for other jurisdictions? PLEASE PLEASE THE ADMINISTRATION TIP AT 604-660-1304 or e-mail information@lrb.bc.ca if you can`t find the collective agreement you`re looking for in the Employer A-Z index. Why are only two agreements respected for each negotiation relationship? Please note that the Board of Directors now only accepts collective agreements in electronic form. The name of the document must contain the name of the employer, the name of the Union (or acronym) and the duration of the agreement (for collective agreements) or the date of the accompanying documents (e.g. B.Employers.Union.2019-2022.pdf). Please email your contract to LRB. Library@lrb.bc.ca. If you are unable to submit your contract by email, please mail your contract to a CD-ROM. Make sure all “comments” in your contract are deleted before submitting them to the Board of Directors.

Please submit your consent in the form of a single document. How long will it take for the parties to develop and sign the new collective agreement? The province uses this data to produce reports such as the updated negotiations, which provide labour relations and tariff information to the public. The collection of public and private sector collective agreements (including interest rate premiums) can be accessed through the e-library portal for collective agreements. Secretariat of the Treasury Board of Directors. Current collective agreements with all 25 bargaining groups in the federal public service. Free. Collective Bargaining Ontario provides neutral information and resources for collective bargaining that can be used by the industrial relations community, the public and all levels of government. There are many options to look for. It`s like hours of fun. In my experience, the most current agreement is not always there (because there is a delay in getting it to the library often), but it is nevertheless a very useful database for anyone interested in language and tariff trends.