NO-BOARD REPORT

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A part of the conciliation process which starts the clock ticking to a strike or lockout.  Sixteen days after the release of the no-board report by the Minister of Labour, the parties are in a legal strike or lockout position (subject to other conditions having been met).  The term “no-board” refers to the decision by the Minister not to appoint a conciliation board to deal with the dispute.