Rand formula

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Etymology[edit]

From Supreme Court of Canada Justice Ivan C. Rand (1884-1969), who developed the formula in 1946.

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Rand formula

  1. (Canada, law) The principle, widely recognized in Canadian law and in collective agreements, that all employees of a unionized workplace must pay dues to the labor union, whether they choose to be members of the union or not.

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