Labour relations

A Search for Balance: The Case for Joint Labour-Management Responses to Adjustment (1996)

This report by the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre, an independent national labour-business organization, is the culmination of an in-depth examination of adjustment and transition issues as experienced by individuals, enterprises, and sectors.

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2007-04-23

The Healthy Workplace (2000)

VIEWPOINTS 2000

The third biannual Canadian Labour and Business Centre Leadership Survey was conducted between March and April 2000, and was sent to 4,442 business leaders in the private sector, public sector management and leaders of trade unions.

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2007-04-13

Labour-Management Relations in Canada: Trends and Impacts (2000)

VIEWPOINTS 2000

The health of the relationship between management and labour has a very real impact on the economic and social well being of all Canadians. The state of this relationship affects economic performance at different levels of the economy. The interactions between management and labour may be quite different at the various levels, from individual workplaces to industry sectors to the national economic environment and labour market.

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2007-04-13

Assessing and Recognizing Foreign Credentials in Canada - Employers' Views (2001)

The Canadian Labour Business Centre (CLBC) carried out a study from October 2000 and January 2001 exploring Canadian employers’ views and experiences with assessing and recognizing the credentials of foreign-trained workers, as well as approaches to raising the awareness of employers on these subjects.

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2007-03-22

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