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  1. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2001 (Act No. 6 of 2001). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2001-05-23 | DMA-2001-L-83863

    Amends section 6 of the Act.

  2. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Industrial Relations (Allowance to Tribunal Members Etc.) Regulations, 1991, SRO 9 of 1991. - Regulations on-line

    Adoption: 1991-02-28 | DMA-1991-R-80983

    Contains the allowances due to Tribunal Members in the Schedule to the Regulations.

  3. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Industrial Relations (Allowance to Tribunal Members, etc) Regulations, 1986 (S.R.O. 48)

    Adoption: 1986-12-11 | DMA-1986-R-55234

    Establishes amounts of allowances payable to members of arbitration tribunals.

  4. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Industrial Relations Act, 1986, Chap. 89:01, (Act No. 18 of 1986). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1986-07-17 | DMA-1986-L-55204

    Consolidates the law relating to industrial relations. Part One sets preliminary definitions and the application of the act. Part Two governs the Industrial Relations Board and industrial relations tribunals. Establishes the jurisdiction and constitution of the Industrial Relations Board. Provides for the selection of members to hear an application to the Board or a related matter. Establishes the rules, powers and proceedings of industrial relations tribunals. Governs the decisions of industrial relations tribunals and establishes that the decision of a tribunal is to be binding on the parties concerned. Part Three estblishes that a tribunal may dtermine whether a person is an employee or a managerial employee. Part Four governs the recognition of bargaining agents for bargaining units. Regulates claims for recognition and procedures and requirements for making such claims. Obligates employers to either recognize claims or give notice that they doubt that the trade making the claim is entitled to recognition. Estblished the conditions and procedures by which the Minister repsonsible for labour may determine the appropriate bargaining unit. Part Five governs the recognition of bargaining agents. Regulates claims for recognition respecting managerial employees. Governs joint bargaining agents. Part Six regulates the termination of recognition. Part Seven concerns collective bargaining and industrial agreements. Obliges bargaining units to negotiate. Establishes that the term of an industrial agreement is not to exceed three years. Governs trade union succession and employers' federation succession. Part Eight governs trade disputes and managerial disputes. Governs the reporting of a dispute to the minister. Provides for when parties have failed to follow procedures. Governs conciliation. Establishes when a strike or lockout may occur and when an employee may take part in a strike. Part Nine regulates unfair practices by making explicit what is prohibited on the part of employers and trade unions. Part Ten governs offences and penalties. Part Eleven makes miscellaneous provisions including giving the minister the power to make regulations for the purposes of carrying out the act. The Schedule lists industries defined as essential services.

  5. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Trade Disputes (Arbitration and Inquiry) (Claims for Recognition and Conduct of Counts) Regulations (No. 39 of 1968)

    Adoption: 1968-12-03 | DMA-1968-R-18489

  6. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Trade Disputes (Arbitration and Inquiry) (Amendment) Act (No. 20 of 1967)

    Adoption: 1967-06-15 | DMA-1967-L-18793

    An Act to amend the Trade Disputes (Arbitration and Inquiry) Ordinance, Cap. 119. Amends, inter alia, ss. 2 and 7 and inserts new ss. 2A to 2C and 8A to 8C.

  7. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Trade Unions (Amendment) Act 1966 (No. 8 of 1966)

    Adoption: 1966-04-12 | DMA-1966-R-55254

    Makes and amendment to the Trade Unions and Trade Disputes Ordinance with regard to the furtherance of trade disputes.

  8. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Trade Unions Act, Chapter 89:03 (Act No. 12 of 1952). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1952-10-29 | DMA-1952-L-55298

    Amends and consolidates the law relating to trade unions and trade disputes. Establishes the legality of trade unions. Creates a registrar of trade unions and prohibits unions from carrying out business unless registered. Makes registration compulsory. Makes explicit the information required when applying for trade union registration. Establishes the grounds on which registration may be refused. Provides for cancellation of registration. Regulates trade union accounts and provides for audits. Governs the rules of registered unions and regulates the alteration of those rules. Makes trade unions immune from actions of tort. Provides for peaceful picketing and the prevention of intimidation.

  9. Dominica - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Trade Unions Regulations No. 1, 1945

    Adoption: 1945-11-19 | DMA-1945-R-69352

    Made under the Trade Unions Ordinance (Cap 120). Regulations concerning the registration of trade unions, the alteration of rules and various other procedures.


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