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The role of Labour Relations is to promote a stable labour relations climate and harmonious workplace relationships in the Province.
The Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) is an independent, quasi-judicial tribunal which mediates and adjudicates employment and labour relation-related matters under various Ontario statutes. In the labour relations area the Board is responsible for: certification of trade unions; review of unfair labour practice applications, illegal strikes and lock-outs; and termination of bargaining rights. The Board also generally ensures minimum workplace standards through the review of decisions of employment standards officers and occupational health and safety inspectors, as well as mediating and arbitrating other disputes with a view to promoting safe, fair and harmonious conditions in Ontario's workplaces.
The two statutory tribunals comprising the Public Service Appeals Boards are independent quasi-judicial tribunals that oversee the labour relations of Ontario Crown employees. They include the Crown Employees Grievance Settlement Board and the Public Service Grievance Board.
The Labour Management Services program provides neutral, third party assistance to trade unions and employers through collective agreement conciliation and mediation, appointment of arbitrators and collective bargaining information.
|VOTE and item||2001-02 Estimates||PROGRAM AND ACTIVITIES||Change from 2000-01||2000-01 Estimates||1999-00 Actual|
|1603||LABOUR RELATIONS PROGRAM|
|1||11,695,100||Labour Relations Board||114,000||11,581,100||11,994,479|
|2||1,239,900||Public Service Appeal Boards||123,100||1,116,800||1,117,855|
|3||8,327,900||Labour Management Services||414,700||7,913,200||7,594,622|
|21,262,900||Amount to be Voted||651,800||20,611,100||20,706,956|
|Labour Relations Board (1603-1)||$|
|Salaries and wages||7,385,500|
|Transportation and communication||905,000|
|Supplies and equipment||125,000|
|Public Service Appeal Boards (1603-2)|
|Salaries and wages||424,300|
|Transportation and communication||110,000|
|Supplies and equipment||15,000|
|Labour Management Services (1603-3)|
|Salaries and wages||5,355,000|
|Transportation and communication||746,300|
|Supplies and equipment||112,500|
|Total Operating for Labour Relations Program||21,262,900|