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Law Review

Canadian and International Law Terms

What is a collective Agreement? an agreement between employees and employers which regulates the terms and conditions of employees in the workplace, their duties and the duties of the employers.
What is a collective bargaining? a process in which individual workers in a union negotiate a contract with the union board and the employer covering their wages, hours of work as well as working conditions.
What is Positive Law Philosophy? law is a body of rules formulated by the state, and that citizens are obliged to obey the law for the good of the state as a whole.
What is Natural Law Philosophy? human law derived from eternal and unchangeable principles regulating the natural world. Awareness through reasoning.
Created by: BusyB