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    The collective bargaining process consists of unions and management officials attempting to rectify conflicts between employees and their employers. It is considered a special form of interdependent social interaction, in which the achievement or success of desired outcomes by one party depends on the behavior of another party (Holley, Jennings & Wolters, 2012). Mandatory bargaining subjects are those that relate to the National Labor and Relations Act, and any refusal to bargain accordingly is a violation of the National Labor and Relations Act. “Mandatory bargaining subjects include wages, hours, merit increases, bonuses, pensions, profit-sharing, health and welfare plans, discharges, grievance procedures, disciplinary procedures, drug testing, seniority, promotions, transfers, health and safety, work assignments, and plant closings” (“Collective Bargaining,” 2012, para 3.). The employer cannot make any changes without notifying the union properly. This process allows the union the opportunity to bargain any changes within the workplace, in order to reach an agreement that is pleasing to both the employer and its employees. In this matter we have an employee who discovered a surveillance camera in the vent of the restroom he was cleaning. Once he discovered the camera he reported the…

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    Interest-based bargaining is also called integrative or win-win bargaining.” Interest bargaining should be the goal of most collective bargaining agreements (CBA), this allows both sides to walk away from the final CBA feeling that the agreement is fair and equitable, unfortunately, this may not always be the case for every section of the CBA. Depending on the demands and needs of each side, there may be some sections that fall into a more fixed end result, this typically will happen when there…

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    Unions have two distinct viewpoints: the business and the union viewpoint (Shmoop Editorial Team, 2008). These two viewpoints help to forge the relationships within individual corporations that can impact the collective bargaining process. However, when it comes to unions differences can exist within public and private sector unions. This is why having a good understanding of the negotiating process and some of the various organizational leadership competencies can be an important aspect of…

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    What are the most critical elements allowable as part of a collective bargaining agreement between unionized employees and an employer organization (delineated in Exhibit 12.1 in the Mello text)? How do "Right to Work" laws constrain these agreements? There are no requirements in place in relation to content of any collective-bargaining agreement, but NLRA classifies bargaining items into the categories of mandatory, permissive, or prohibited. Mandatory items must be negotiated in good faith.…

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    circumstances. Collective bargaining refers to “a process of decision-making between parties representing employer and employee interests.”(Windmuller,…

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    Negotiations between an employer and employees to determine wages and conditions are referred as collective bargaining. Public employees are usually represented by unions or other labor groups in order to get fair agreements. Collective bargaining is endangered in some states and states such as North Carolina and Virginia even have ban on it. This brings up controversies. Some people believe it is a right to bargain for improvement in their working conditions and wages, some people think that…

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    Whether employees wish to join a union or not they have the rights to organize, create, support a labor union to bargain collectively with their employers. The NLRA encourages collective bargaining because it a tool that ensures healthy company- labor relations. The labor union sees itself as the primary representative that sits and exclusively bargain with the employer over employees’ rights to provide specific services. The Act protects the rights of workers on any discriminatory conduct that…

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    respect to terms and conditions of employment. The result of the negotiations is usually referred to as collective bargaining…

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    Collective bargaining consists of negotiations between an employer and a group of employees so as to determine the conditions of employment. The result of collective bargaining procedures is a collective agreement. Employees are often represented in bargaining by a union or other labor organization. Collective bargaining is governed by federal and state statutory laws, administrative agency regulations, and judicial decisions. In areas where federal and state law overlap, state laws are…

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    The collective bargaining agreement effectively covers all employees within the business, but is being a supervisor considered equivalent to an employee under the CBA? The supervisor does have the right to act independently and autonomously (without asking upper management); specifically, to ensure that those under his watchful eye act to complete or improve business. Ultimately all employees answer to the management; however, when Vern Tucker is on shift, he is considered to be the immediate…

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