Information on collective bargaining including assistance in collective bargaining, and conciliation and mediation services that the Government of Saskatchewan offers to employees, employers, and bargaining agents.
Information on the acquisition, removal, or amendments to certification orders, granting bargaining rights to bargaining agents in respect of The Saskatchewan Employment Act.
Information on the process of dispute resolution through the appointment and definition of the roles of labour relations officers, special mediators, and conciliation boards.
Information on bargaining a first collective agreement including information on when first agreement bargaining begins and the assistance available.
Workplace conflict and mediation services are available to employees, employers, and unions from the Labour Relations and Mediation Division to resolve grievances, to help with problem solving, and to help open lines of communication between parties involved.
Information on what to do when altering, modifying, or amending a collective agreement including timelines for submission and contact information.
Information on the processes for when and how an employer’s last offer to the union may be voted on by employees.
Information on how to address an organizational or technological change in the workplace.
Information on when a strike or lockout can occur and the procedures that must be followed.