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Decertification - General rules for British Columbia

Here's where you go if you want to know the process for how to decertify a union in your province, or in the US.
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Decertification - General rules for British Columbia

Postby NC » Wed Nov 27, 2013 7:19 pm

In British Columbia you don't have to worry about whether you are in construction or not, the rules and the forms are the same. There is a very little used section that is unique to British Columbia called a Partial Decertification (Section 142). We are not going to cover that process here; it is very similar to regular decertification (Section 33) but has some different rules associated with it. If you would like to learn more about partial decertification send us an e-mail and we will let you know.

Another important thing you need to know is that your employer cannot, in any way, assist you with your application for decertification. The definition of "assist" is very, very broad. If your employer doesn't stop you from using the company photocopier or fax machine the union will allege that your employer supported your application and so committed what is called an unfair labour practice. If your employer commits, or can be proven to have committed an unfair labour practice during your decertification drive the BC Labour Relations board will "throw out" your application.

We will hopefully have the time in the very near future to fully explain partial decertification but for now we'll stick with the much more common Section 33 or full decertification.

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Re: Decertification - General rules for British Columbia

Postby NC » Mon Jan 06, 2014 8:55 am

I started this process and just don't have the time to do it all here. We have started working with another website called Take Back Your Union and you can go there and get all of this info.


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