by Hugh MacIntyre, Charles Lammam
Fraser Institute
September 04, 2014
US states tend to have balanced labour relations laws focused on providing workers and employers with choice and flexibility while Canadian jurisdictions generally maintain much more biased and prescriptive labour relations laws. More flexibility has shown to be of great benefit to people around the world. In order to promote greater labour market flexibility, Canadian provinces would be well advised to pursue balanced and less prescriptive labour laws.



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