Rand Formula

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Rand Formula role in the adoption of the order-in-council PC 1003
PC 1003 acted as the long lasting basis for the industrial relations in the federal and most provisional legislation. By 1945, PC 1003 was strengthened by the Rand Formula. Rand Formula was the result of the major dispute that occurred between the Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers. Rand Formula was the rule that made workers to pay dues for enjoying the union benefits. It was during the Second World War, the federal government felt the need to establish the emergency wartime power for the national system of labor relations law. This was when the PC 1003 came into effect. P.C. 1003 with the federal and the provincial legislation recognized the right to the collective
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The working class Canadians has to deal with the lawyers and the arbitrators for the process of the grievance system. Order-in-council PC 1003 made the unions more bureaucratic and less radical which severely affected the working class Canadians. The working class agreed to the working conditions which were set by the federal government that anticipated them to participate in increasing productivity. The unions started focusing on policing the workers instead of educating their workforce. They were acting as the catalyst between the working class Canadians and their respective employers. Other negative consequences of the PC 1003 made the union members separated from the union representatives. The working class lacked the attempt in maintain the working class culture which was served with difficulty. The working class would engage in the strikes activity such as Wildcat strike which was illegal. The most adversely effected consequence of the PC 1003 was that there were no strikes during the period of the collective bargaining. One of the hardcode effects of the order-in-council PC 1003 was on the working class Canadians were the collective absenteeism and the wildcat strikers. The consequences led to the firing and suspension of many leaders. The workforces were result in the discrimination of the ethnicity, race, language and apathy. Because of the impact of the codes of the PC 1003, the working class Canadians gained the responsibility of working hard to own the house, buy a car and enjoy the fragment of job security. It became difficult for the working class to gain the trust of the employer and preserved the company loyalty. The employer found it difficult to gain good reviews about the capitalism and improvement in their

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