61. The collective agreement must contain clauses respecting the classification of employments, remuneration, payroll, working hours, overtime, holidays, vacations with pay, notice of dismissal, the complementary social security plan and the procedure for amending the collective agreement.
The collective agreement must also contain clauses respecting union security, including the advance deduction of assessments, union delegates, the procedure for settling grievances and the exercise of employees’ recourses against disciplinary measures taken by the employer.
The collective agreement may also contain clauses respecting seniority, measures relating to the workforce, labour mobility, the movement of the workforce, work in rotation, night work, Sunday work, and wage increases, bonuses, various indemnities and allowances, notice boards, cloakrooms and tools. The collective agreement may also contain clauses establishing a procedure to prevent or settle jurisdictional conflicts which relate to the practice of a trade or occupation before the conflict is referred to the Administrative Labour Tribunal. The procedure must be in keeping with the duty to act fairly and ensure a timely resolution of jurisdictional conflicts. It must provide in particular that any agreement, recommendation or decision be substantiated and recorded in writing.
The collective agreement may also contain any clause not contrary to public order or prohibited by law relating to conditions of employment in a sector.
1968, c. 45, s. 28; 1969, c. 51, s. 99; 1975, c. 51, s. 10; 1992, c. 42, s. 10; 1993, c. 61, s. 45; 1995, c. 8, s. 33; 1998, c. 46, s. 110; 2007, c. 3, s. 72; 2006, c. 58, s. 44; 2011, c. 30, s. 40; 2015, c. 15, s. 237.