Labor laws grant employees in certain sectors the right to unionize and allow employers and employees to engage in certain workplace related activities for example strikes and lockouts in order to further their demands for changes in the employer employee relationship. Employment law and labour law whats the difference employment law generally deals with individual employment contracts in which the employee is not either a member of a union or bound by a collective bargaining agreement labour law generally applies to work environments that are governed by the ontario labour relations act. Labor laws in setting forth the distinction ill start with labor laws because they represent a much narrower area of law than employment laws labor law governs union and management relationships and employee collective bargaining rights this includes such matters as union organizing collective bargaining negotiations and unfair labor
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