An employer's management rights entitle it to make rules, set standards, supervise employees, issue performance appraisals, and conduct workplace investigations into possible misconduct, except insofar as the scope of these actions is limited by the collective agreement. At the same time, employees in unionized workplaces are protected by an overarching right not to be disciplined or discharged …

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