Refusal to Bargain Monetary Issues Constitutes Bargaining in Bad Faith


In Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union, Local 378, BCLRB No. B143/2012, the Union applied under sections 11 and 47 of the Labour Relations Code that ICBC had failed to bargain in good faith and had failed to make every reasonable effort to conclude a collective agreement.

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