lockout definition

lockout shall bear the meaning given them in the Ontario Labour Relations Act.
lockout means the temporary withholding of work from a group of employees by shutting down the operation of the employer to bring pressure upon the affected employees or the bargaining representative, or both, to accept the employer's terms of settlement of a labor dispute.

Examples of lockout in a sentence

Perritt, Jr., Implications of the NFL Lockout Litigation for Sports, Theatre, Music, and Vide Entertainment, 35 HASTINGS COMM.

Sequence of Lockout Procedure• Notify all affected employees and operators that a lockout is required and the reason therefore.• If the lift is operating, shut it down by the normal stopping procedure (such as assuring the disconnect switch is off)• Operate the switch, valve, or other energy isolating devices so that the energy source(s) (electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and other) are disconnected or isolated from the lift.• If it is a lockable device, lockout with an assigned individual lock.

The loan may not be prepaid in whole or in part, subject to costs incurred by the Lender, prior to the Lockout Period (June 23, 2005), unless the Company has been unable to obtain REIT status by December 31, 2004.

A "Lock-out Fee" is applicable to all tenants who require the service for entry to the unit.

Operating Sequence for Intermittent Spark Pilot System with or without 100% Lockout -- Gravity-Vented Models1.


More Definitions of lockout

lockout means an act by the employer to prevent its employees from going to work for the purpose of resisting demands of the employees' exclusive representative or for the purpose of gaining a concession from the exclusive representative;
lockout includes the closing of a place of employment, a suspension of work or a refusal by an Employer to continue to employ a number of his employees, with a view to compel or induce his employees, or to aid another Employer to compel or induce his employees, to refrain from exercising any rights or privileges under this Act or to agree to provisions or changes in provisions respecting terms or conditions of employment or the rights, privileges or duties of the Employer, an Employer’s organization, the trade union, or the employees.
lockout means a total or partial refusal by one or more employers to allow their employees to work, if the refusal is to compel those employees or employees of any other employer to accept, modify or abandon any demand that may form the subject matter of a dispute of interest;
lockout shall bear the meaning given them in the Labour Relations Act, as amended.
lockout shall have the meaning given these words in the Canada Labour Code.
lockout shall bear the meaning in the Ontario Labour Relations Act.