Mapping Ontario’s Distinctive Model of Construction Labour Law
The Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal has published an article by Josh Mandryk on Construction Labour Law in Ontario.
Co-authored with Professor David J. Doorey, the article, “Mapping Ontario’s Distinctive Model of Construction Labour Law”, provides a detailed introduction to construction labour law, focusing on the innovative model that has been developed in Ontario. Josh and Professor Doorey compare and contrast construction labour relations to the dominant Wagner model of industrial labour relations, highlighting the distinctiveness of the legal framework for construction labour law.
The Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal is Canada’s foremost periodical in the field of labour and employment law, providing in-depth analysis of key issues as well as timely commentary on major legislative and case law developments.
Fresh off the presses: Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal Vol 24:2, featuring @TheLawofWork and my article “Mapping Ontario’s Distinctive Model of Construction Labour Relations”, available on SSRN here: https://t.co/iv1LLS50hC pic.twitter.com/GRhOdtIb1r
— Joshua Mandryk (@JMandryk) January 12, 2023