Registration: 1 Day from 9:30am to 4:00pm via ZOOM Video Conference
BC based workers and their unions in federally regulated industries and workplaces are covered by the Canada Labour Code. This course is designed to provide an understanding of key aspects of the code and its application to the unions and employers covered by federal labour law. In this course we will focus on Part I of the Code, dealing with labour relations. The most important sections will be reviewed, including those dealing with certification, unfair labour practices, and the duty to bargain in good faith, along with interpretations and key rulings that illustrate the application of the Code.
Instructor: Tamara Ramusovic, Moore Edgar Lyster LLP
Tamara Ramusovic is a partner at Moore Edgar Lyster LLP. She represents trade unions, as well as non-union employees, in the areas of labour, employment, human rights, and administrative law. In addition to her work as counsel, Tamara has provided training to community groups on the topic of individual rights under human rights legislation and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. As well, Tamara has made presentations on a diverse range of labour relations and employment topics including Federal labour law, appeals of arbitral decisions, and privacy issues in the workplace.
Any materials and zoom link will be forwarded a few days prior to class.
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Tickets for Canada Labour Code - Part 1 can be booked here.
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