If the col­lec­tive agree­ment to which the employ­ee is bound comes to an end or if the employ­ee leaves the union, if you have sought an agree­ment and you can­not find an agree­ment, you can view, print or down­load the full text of each agree­ment. This is a free ser­vice. No sub­scrip­tion or pass­word is required. Nation­al Employ­ment Stan­dards (NES) are min­i­mum stan­dards that can­not be repealed by the terms of com­pa­ny agree­ments or bonus­es. Some employ­ees are not cov­ered by a bonus or com­pa­ny agree­ment. For these work­ers, a nation­al min­i­mum wage reg­u­la­tion pro­vides a safe­ty net for min­i­mum wages. Fil­ing your col­lec­tive agree­ment in accor­dance with sec­tion 132 of the Labour Rela­tions Act helps to improve the qual­i­ty of infor­ma­tion on col­lec­tive agree­ments. The province uses this data to pro­duce reports such as the Bar­gain­ing Update, which pro­vides the pub­lic with infor­ma­tion on labour rela­tions and col­lec­tive bar­gain­ing. Start by going to our doc­u­ment search and try­ing to search for a full text for agree­ments. Where can I find agree­ments for oth­er juris­dic­tions? If you are look­ing for agree­ments in oth­er provinces or fed­er­al agree­ments, you can access mul­ti­ple resources through the list of resources.…