Measuring the Flexibility of Labour Relations Laws in Canada and the United States
— Published on September 1, 2004
Measuring the Flexibility of Labour Relations Laws in Canada and the United States evaluates the extent to which the rules established by labour relations legislation bring flexibility to the labour market while balancing the needs of both employers and employees. Balanced labour laws are crucial in providing an environment that encourages productive economic activity.
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