Union’s challenge of shirt-tucking rule unsuccessful

Employer and union couldn’t agree on proper way to wear shirts in plant, but collective agreement provided for following legislative standards

A British Columbia employer has won the right to implement a shirt-tucking rule in its plant since its collective agreement allows it to follow statutory health and safety requirements in the case of an impasse with the union over such rules.

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