The Labour Relations Board's policies and guidance set out or clarify Board procedures around the work it does with employers, employees, and unions on matters related to employment and labour relations in unionized workplaces.
Access Labour Relations Board forms to file an application.
The Rules outline how a party must submit an application to the Board and how unions and employers must administer duties during disputes.
Learn more about the Board's transition to communicable disease prevention under Step 3 of BC's Restart Plan.
Learn more about how the Board collects, uses, and discloses personal information.
Learn about how the Board processes applications it receives.
The Board may not proceed with an application if it doesn’t meet certain requirements.
Learn more about how to represent yourself in a proceeding before the Board.
Learn about how long it will take for the Board to issue a decision on an application.
Learn about fees for filing applications and working with Board mediators.
This guideline sets out the Board's practice in respect to following the Nisga'a Final Agreement.
Learn how to apply for standing when you are not a party to an application