Watch the Fifth Estate documentary The Education of Brian Nicholl.
After viewing the video, write a 2,0002,400 word essay examining what the film reveals about collective bargaining in Canada. Be sure to include in your discussion the following issues:
What was the balance of bargaining power, and how did it shift as the story unfolded?
What strategies did the union employ to try to achieve a settlement? Why did it choose those strategies?
What was the employers strategy for avoiding contractual obligations? Why did the strategy work?
What does the case tell us about the importance of language clarity in an agreement?
What role does the union play in circumstances such as the one found in the video?
What does the case say about the tension between union staff negotiators and affected workers?
What role did the provincial government (the state) play in the process and outcome?
How much did the economic and political environment shape the bargaining outcome?
In your opinion, could the union have done any more for the workers? Should the workers have accepted the deal?
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