goalie13, on 07 December 2012 - 02:27 PM, said:
Huh? This fits exactly the definition of a labour dispute. Their collective agreement has run out, they need a new one and neither side can agree on what that will be.
The way you write it, any employer that doesn't like its union could just wait until their collective agreement runs out and then walk away from the union. But it just doesn't work that way. It's nothing like living in an apartment.
In BC, at the very least, once your workforce unionizes you have no choice but to work with that unionized workforce. You cannot simply choose to switch to another workforce. That's part of the power that the players have here.
I disagree. Show me the labor law where it states you have to deal with the same union forever , regardless if you hate their demands. I would really like to see this. Since you say it fits the perfect description of labor law, you should have no problem finding it in law.
Come bring it here. I think that is utter nonsense. So if you build a business, and your work force chooses to unionize, the owners NO LONGER have the right to FIRE their employees.
Is this what you are honestly trying to suggest? You MUST deal with that union forever? The union has rights over your own business.......even though they own none of the business.
Again, go get the law and show me.