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THE MOM will hold a conciliation meeting within 14 days of receiving the opinion of one of the two parties and will invite management and the union to the meeting to help both parties resolve the collective dispute. The Commission found that placing a slogan on a car may well fall within the definition of “work performance,” which includes when, where and how the work is performed and the conditions under which the work is performed. However, the content of the message and the manner in which it is affixed to the vehicle may be relevant to determining whether it is union action. The Commission found that the immunity provisions granted to anti-work actions did not apply if the measure was likely to destroy or damage property. Employers exclude employees when they close, suspend or hire their business or in part, violate some or all of a worker`s employment contract, do not give them work they would normally give them, or suspend employees. To be a lockout, this measure must be implemented to try to make their employees (or help another employer to make its employees), adopt terms of employment or respond to their demands. Employers can also lock themselves up for health and safety reasons. Where the parties concerned are covered by a collective agreement, there is no obligation to respect the rules for terminating the individual employment contract (although labour disputed actions normally terminate the contract) when unionized workers are called upon to intervene in a dispute in accordance with the rules agreed by collective agreement for the publication of trade union actions. The latter provisions prevail over the obligation to dismiss (see the principle set out in paragraph 2, paragraph 10, of the Workers` Act). However, where an agreement on the purpose of the notification of the labour dispute is silent, individual notice periods must be respected before such action is taken. Whether, in such cases, the union bringing the dispute can issue this notification on behalf of its members or whether it should ask each of its members, in the event of a failure of the negotiations, for an individual notification to the employer in the event of failure, depends on the rules of the union concerned. One of the problems here is that many unions were originally created with no purpose of entering into collective agreements, which means that their rules do not imply the right to invite members to fight. In these cases, notice deadlines that are linked to different workers should be respected.

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