By Theodore Goloff, from our Labour and Employment Law Group.
February 8, 2017 — A recent decision from the Tribunal administratif du travail could usher in a whole new reality in Quebec labour law: supervisors having the right to collective bargaining and to go on strike!
What impact will this decision have if it is followed in other cases? How can an employer make sure that supervisors in charge of assisting with the management of the company will have all the independence needed to deal with unionized employees?
Click here for Ted Goloff’s analysis (PDF).