Collective agreements are available in the following sectors, organized by the U.S. Industry Classification System (NAICS). The e-Library Portal collective agreement welcomes public and private sector collective agreements in Ontario. Look for collective agreements and related generations through the self-service online portal. Secretariat of the Treasury Board of Directors. Current collective agreements with all 25 bargaining groups in the federal public service. Free. U.S. Dept.
lab. Office of Labor Management Standards – Collective Bargaining Agreements File: Online Listings of Private and Public Sector Collective bargaining agreements covering 1,000 or more workers, excluding railways and airlines, are included in this file. Here is the link to the collective agreement database. Quebec City Construction Commission. Current agreements by sector, in English. Free. Ontario Hospital Association. Local collective agreements online, in alphabetical order by union name. Free. Internal sources may include: surveys of union members, complaints filed under the current collective agreement, and issues identified in previous rounds of negotiations.
External sources may be: collective agreements of other trade unions, information on the labour market and information on current economic conditions. Pdf online agreements. Searchable and searchable. Free. 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. British Columbia Government and Service Employees Union.
Copies of provincial master`s contracts for B.C government employees and public sector employees. Free. Ontario Ministry of Labour – Collective Agreements e-Library Portal The Collective Agreement e-Library Portal houses public and private sector collective agreements in Ontario. Look for collective agreements and related generations through the self-service online portal. You can browse the portal of the e-Library of the Collective Agreement by sector: construction; Health and social services Manufacturing; Education and related services; agriculture and natural resources; Public administration Trade and finance; Transportation, communications and utilities; Other services. 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. Including a collection of provincial agreements between employer and worker bargaining agencies in the industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI) construction industry.
British Columbia Labour Relations Board Latest AGREEMENTs in PDF format. Searchable, searchable by employer name. Free. New Brunswick Collective Agreement Retrieval System Username and password is required to enter this service. This page contains additional information to find external sources of information using resources available to Brock University students. Includes activities related to factories, factories or mills that convert materials or substances into new products. production of food sources and activities related to the extraction and refining of natural resources. The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development makes it easier for Ontarians to find the information they want if they want it, as part of the commitment to Ontario`s open government and supporting the recommendations of the Ontario Public Service Reform Commission.
U.s. The contract database. An online centralized public clearing house for the full texts of catalogued and digitized trade union contracts. Most of these contracts were found on the public web.