Canada Labour Collective Agreements

(c) the person to whom the enterprise is sold is bound by a collective agreement applicable to the workers employed in the enterprise at the time of the sale; and (2) Subsections 52, 54 and 55 do not apply, with respect to technological change, to an employer and a negotiator bound by a collective agreement if an employer who will succeed a former contractor as a service provider, under a contract or other agreement, to workers who provide the services under this contract or agreement: the payment of remuneration equal to at least that of the workers of the former contractors who provided the same or, for the most part, similar services, were entitled to the terms of a collective agreement to which that part applied. 52 (1) An employer bound by a collective agreement and wishing to make a technological change that may affect the working conditions or job security of a significant number of workers in the employer to which the collective agreement applies shall have the negotiator bound by the collective agreement at least one hundred and twenty days before the date of application of the collective agreement, to inform about technological changes. technological change must take place. . . .

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