EMPLOYE PARFOIS OU QUELQUEFOIS. LE TRAVAIL ATYPIQUE OU PRECAIRE; LES INSUFFISANCES DU DROIT CANADIEN ET QUEBECOIS
AbstractEven though it is not a new phenomenon in business and the service industry in Canada, non permanent or casual employment has taken on a new significance in recent years, to the extent of revolutionizing the labour market. The author of this article describes the various types of arrangements which are generally regarded as non permanent or casual employment and analyzes the recent trend of decisions in the Quebec Labour Court and the Canadian Labour Relations Board relating to unionisation of employees in these categories of employment. The Tribunal and the Board had originally, decided that casual workers, either part time or "on call"; should be organized separately from permanent employees. They now tend to group all of these workers in the same bargaining unit According to these decisions, there is no valid reason for organizing in separate bargaining units permanent employees and those who work casually or on non permanent basis when they all appear to have common interests.
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