Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act
59 (1) After being notified of an application for certification made in accordance with this Part, the employer may apply to the Board for an order declaring that any position of an employee in the proposed bargaining unit is a managerial or confidential position on the grounds that
(a) the position is confidential to the Governor General, a Minister of the Crown, a judge of the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal, the Federal Court or the Tax Court of Canada, or a deputy head;
(b) the position is classified by the employer as being in the executive group, by whatever name called;
(c) the occupant of the position provides advice on labour relations, staffing or classification;
(d) the occupant of the position has substantial duties and responsibilities in the formulation and determination of any policy or program of the Government of Canada;
(e) the occupant of the position has substantial management duties, responsibilities and authority over employees or has duties and responsibilities dealing formally on behalf of the employer with grievances presented in accordance with the grievance process provided for under Part 2;
(f) the occupant of the position is directly involved in the process of collective bargaining on behalf of the employer;
(g) the occupant of the position has duties and responsibilities not otherwise described in this subsection and should not be included in a bargaining unit for reasons of conflict of interest or by reason of the person’s duties and responsibilities to the employer; or
(h) the occupant of the position has, in relation to labour relations matters, duties and responsibilities confidential to the occupant of a position described in paragraph (b), (c), (d) or (f).
Marginal note:Content of application
(2) The application must set out every position that the employer considers to be a position referred to in any of paragraphs (1)(a) to (h).
- 2003, c. 22, ss. 2 “59”, 275
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