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Postby NC » Sat Sep 24, 2005 1:17 pm

Admin, you have two sets of rules there, and only one is correct. We are not governed buy the ALRB. We are CIRB - Federally regulated. Use the LabourWatch forms under "Federal".

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Postby Admin1 » Sat Sep 24, 2005 6:50 pm

Direct from the CIRB site.

Applications (You are making an Application for Decertificaiton)

10. An application filed with the Board must include the following
(a) the name, address and telephone and fax numbers of the applicant and of the applicant's counsel or representative, if applicable;
(b) the name, address and telephone and fax numbers of any person who may be affected by the application; (Your Union, and Employer)
(c) reference to the provision of the Code under which the application is being made;
(d) full particulars of the facts, of relevant dates and of grounds for the application;
(e) a copy of supporting documents;
(f) the date and description of any order or decision of the Board relating to the application;
(g) whether a hearing is being requested, and if so, the reasons for the request; and
(h) a description of the order or decision sought.
Applications Respecting Bargaining Rights

33. In addition to the information required for an application made under section 10, applications respecting bargaining rights must include the following information:
(a) a description of the general nature of the employer's business;
(b) the address of the employer's establishments affected by the application;
(c) a description of any existing bargaining units that may be affected by the application and the details of any certification order;
(d) the name, address and telephone and fax numbers of any trade union or council of trade unions that is the bargaining agent for such units or is otherwise affected by the application;
(e) a description of the proposed bargaining unit;
(f) if applicable, the commencement and termination dates of any collective agreements in force or expired covering the employees in the existing bargaining unit; and
(g) the number of employees in the existing or proposed bargaining unit.
Applications for Revocation of Bargaining Rights and Related Matters

36. (1) In addition to the information required for an application made under sections 10 and 33, an application made by an employee under section
38 of the Code must include a separate and confidential statement, signed by each employee whom the applicant claims to represent, stating that they do not wish to be represented by the bargaining agent and authorizing the applicant to act on their behalf

(2) The statement described in subsection (1) shall show the printed name, the date on which each employee signed the statement, and that date shall be not more than six months before the date on which the application is filed.

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