Labour & Employment laws Canada

Canadian labour law is that body of law which controls the rights, restrictions obligations of trade unions, workers and employers in Canada.Canadian employment law is organization of law which regulates the rights, restrictions obligations of non-unioned workers and employers in Canada.

Authority over labour & employment law is divided between the zones and the federal government. The Canada Labour Code governs in those divisions where the constitution gives regulatory powers to the central government.

In areas of unrestricted provincial jurisdiction, each province (and increasingly each territory) is empowered. So, for example, education and municipal government are both subject to provincial legislation (the territories excepted).

While Quebec's constitutional environment is noticeably diverse in many respects, most provinces and the federal Code all follow the standard of enterprise-based bargaining structures. They also share a certification process (the details of which differ rather from province to province) through which unions are recognized by the state as having the support of a majority of workers in a narrowly-defined workplace.

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