In Canada (and in some states in the United States), all workers join the union when a site is organized and a collective agreement is certified, or they actually pay bargaining fees to the union to ensure that all workers assume responsibility for collective representation and share benefits. Unions@Work legislation prohibiting unions involved in collective bargaining in the workplace from levying a mandatory fee of $500 per year for non-union workers. The National Labor Relations Act strengthens both unions and protects the rights of non-union members. Unions must inform workers that they have the right not to be members. In addition, non-member workers have the right to instil the union in the federal court or guardianship authority for alleged violations of the duty of fair representation.  The law prohibits employers from infringing on workers` right to organize, help shape, support unions or engage in unions. It is also illegal for employers to set up their own unions or control unions in the workplace. Businesses should not replace striking workers who protest against unfair labour practices, nor should they act against workers to intervene in the choice of trade unionist status. The law also prohibits an employer from paying for union membership or from discriminating against workers for union membership. It also requires good faith in collective bargaining and penalizes employers who refuse to negotiate in good faith with union representatives. While you may be able to have a provision that encouraged union membership, that was not offensive, it kind of depended on how you did it… The mere fact that you had a clause saying “we will encourage people to join the union” would not necessarily be a shocking provision.
No, while non-union members can bargain as a collective group with an employer, their negotiations cannot end in a ratified collective agreement, but can be considered an individual contract. This is a slightly different agreement that may be subject to different rules. While non-union members can negotiate with an employer in a group because they are not unionized, it is not considered a collective agreement if collective bargaining has resulted in a collective agreement, for example.B. Wage increases, these agreements are called collective agreements.