Labour Code review wide openBurnout, part-time workers and training investment among issues being examined under federal Labour Code reviewBy Uyen Vu08/15/2005|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 09/17/2006 Does it make sense that minimum work conditions are the same for long-haul truck drivers as they are for bank employees? Should workers be given job protection when they go on sabbaticals? And what would be the economic consequences if labour protections are extended to people who work on a part-time or temporary basis? A wide range of questions will be put before law academic Harry Arthurs as he heads a series of consultations this fall across the country to hear what’s working and what’s not with Part 3 of the Canada Labour Code. Arthurs is president emeritus of York University in Toronto.The far-reaching review of labour standards for federally regulated industries is expected to raise provocative questions, throw up novel approaches to labour regulations, or at the very least produce some interesting research on policy options. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.