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February 21, 2005

Management Lawyer on Wal-Mart

Michael Fitzgibbon, in the latest post on his blog  Thoughts from a Management Lawyer, uses his expertise in Canadian labour and employment law to shed light on the legal framework Wal-Mart and the union is operating in.

In this post Fitzgibbon discusses the difference between card based and vote based certification.

In a previous post he responds to an editorial in the Toronto Star written by Roy Adams (professor emeritus, DeGroote School of Business, at McMaster University) on "Wal-Mart's Anti-Union Strategy."

Roy Adam's editorial can be read in full HERE.



February 21, 2005 in Labor Law (Canada), Wal-Mart Watch | Permalink

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