Section Amendments with date in force (d/m/y) 1992, c.
4 (1) - 29/10/1997 - 01/01/2011 Arbitration 4 Where the Minister has informed the parties that the conciliation officer has been unable to effect a collective agreement, the matters in dispute between the parties shall be decided by arbitration in accordance with this Act.
Replacement of member (9) If, in the opinion of the Minister, a member of a board of arbitration has failed to enter on or to carry on his or her duties so as to enable it to render a decision within the time set out in subsection 9 (4) or within the time extended under subsection 9 (5), the Minister may appoint a member in his or her place after consulting the party whose point of view was represented by such person. Notice to Minister (3) As soon as the parties appoint a person to act as a single arbitrator, they shall notify the Minister of the name and address of the person appointed. Appointment of board of arbitration 6 (1) Within seven days after the day upon which the Minister has informed the parties that the conciliation officer has been unable to effect a collective agreement, each of the parties shall appoint to a board of arbitration a member who has agreed to act. Non-application (3) Subsection (1) and sections 4 to 17 do not apply to hospital employees, the trade unions and councils of trade unions that act or purport to act for or on behalf of those employees or to the employers of those employees if, on the day a conciliation officer is appointed under section 18 of the Labour Relations Act, 1995, the employer, (a) provides services funded under the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008; or (b) is a party to an agreement with the Ministry of Community and Social Services to provide services funded under that Act. Notice by employer (4) An employer who was providing services funded under the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008 on the day a conciliation officer was appointed under section 18 of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 shall forthwith notify the conciliation officer of that fact.
When hearings commence (13.1) The board of arbitration shall hold the first hearing within 30 days after the last (or only) member of the board is appointed.