110.1. At the end of a strike or a lock-out, any employee who has been on strike or has been locked out is entitled to recover his employment by priority over any other person unless the employer has a good and sufficient reason, proof whereof devolves upon him, for not recalling such employee.
Any disagreement between the employer and the certified association relating to the non-recall to work of an employee who has been on strike or locked out must be referred to the arbitrator as if it were a grievance, within six months of the date when the employee should have recovered his employment.
Sections 47.2 to 47.6 and 100 to 101.10 apply.
1977, c. 41, s. 54; 1983, c. 22, s. 90.