2. Representatives for centralised negotiations are appointed on the basis of the following criteria: “central concepts” are, with regard to a collective agreement, the terms of the collective agreement set by or in relation to centralised collective bargaining; (“centrally negotiated terms”) 37 (1) This section governs the circumstances under which the employers` bargaining agency may request, at a central table within the meaning of paragraph 42, paragraph 1, the Employment Relations Act 1995, the acceptance or rejection of an offer from the employers` bargaining agency on central terms. (a) collective agreements are maintained for the duration set by the agreement; and (2) The Crown is required to participate at each central table in centralized negotiations. 2. If the Crown or a central bargaining party believes that a local clause in a collective agreement is inconsistent or inconsistent with a central clause in the collective agreement, it may ask the Ontario Labor Relations Board to rule on the issue. 2017, about 3, 23. (2) The Crown works in good faith with an employer bargaining agency to prepare and conduct centralized negotiations. 4. The duration of the collective agreement may be less than one year. 2017, about 3, 15 (1-3). (3) A principal may be required by the Crown or by the employer`s bargaining agency, which represents it at a central table, 2.
The Crown approves the agreement. 2017, about 3, 20 (1). (2) No strike should be declared or sifted, as it is not possible to agree on whether an issue falls within the scope of central or local negotiations. 2014, about 5, 28 (2). 4. If the issue or proposal is not excluded from the central negotiations, the Member of the Council who provided the notification may ask the Ontario Labour Relations Board to rule on the matter. 2014, about 5, 25 (4). (7) Where the central or local conditions of a collective agreement are set by arbitration, the collective agreement can only enter into force when the decision of the arbitrator or the arbitration board is final and the other central and local conditions, if they exist, have been ratified and approved, as indicated in the subsection (6).