Order-In-Council Pc 1003 Case Study

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The labour codes of the Order-in-council PC 1003 did favored the policy of the collective bargaining. Although PC 1003 did support the collective bargaining rights; it did also benefited the industrial workers. The industrial workers benefited by the PC 1003 by achieving its bargaining objectives. The workers in various industries such as auto, steel , rubber and mining were given less importance, did not have right for the union recognition, were hired for the low wages. These industrial workers faced with the low standard of living. Thus the industrial workers benefited by the PC 1003 by achieving its bargaining objectives. Arguments were made that “Between 1942 and 1948, employers fought lengthy campaigns to defeat demands for mandatory union recognition and collective bargaining legislation. When strike activity and the rise of the political left made the passage of protective legislation more likely, employers shifted their position and appealed for defined employer freedoms in a new Act. Employers lobbied for enhanced speech provisions, mandatory delays on the right to strike, the elimination of union security agreements, and the protection of company unions, insisting as well …show more content…
The whole responsibility of the family came on to the women. Working class women had to go out and work because their family dependent upon them for survival. The working class women were discriminated for their job by giving them low wages. They were refraining from having the right to choose their own union representative. Many arguments are made with contrast to the working class women. Evidence shows that “working mothers made their decisions based, first, on economic need; second, on their desire to contribute in a meaningful way to their families; and, third, on their own needs, they were often well aware that the wider society viewed their motives

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