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    Bargains In Labor Law

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    the role of the union is to ensure that all the grievances and the pleas of the workers are presented on the bargaining table especially on mandatory subjects (Oberer, 2002). The unions are mandated with the responsibility of presenting the defense of the workers and what they would like to be included in the bargaining. One of the ways through which the union cannot refrain from bargaining the rights of the workers are when the grievance out rightly affects the staff by a large margin. Such an…

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    Florida’s Supreme Court observed in United Teachers of Dade vs. Dade County School Board, 500 So.2d 508 (1986) that “it would be impractical to require that collective bargaining procedures … be identical in the public and the private sectors. Myriad distinctions, not just those of procedures, exist between public and private collective bargaining, and have been noted by the highest courts of several sister states.” (Unuionwatch.org). There are three major…

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    Quo Vadis

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    stress on efficiency as a supreme goal; although some labor economists (such as Richard B. Freeman and James L. Medoff, (1984) authors of What Do Unions Do?) have updated and expanded upon earlier arguments for the efficiency of collective voice mechanisms (collective bargaining and other forms of worker representation) relative to individualistic market mechanisms (the worker's choice to enter or exit an employment…

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    Mandatory Bargaining

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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…

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    Labor Unions Evolution

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    The labor unions operate under various Acts, which were implemented by the Congress to promote their progress. The first Act was the Lloyd-LaFollette Act that encourages workers to unionize for the purpose of collective bargaining. The other one is the Clayton Act that gave the labor unions the freedom from employer injunctions. The Clayton Act also legalized some activities of labor unions. In 1935, the Wagner National Labor Relations Act was implemented. The Act gave labor unions the right to…

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    determine whether to have unions as their bargaining representative. The agency also acts to prevent and remedy unfair labor practices committed by private sector employers and unions. The NLRB is an independent Federal agency established to enforce the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Congress empowered the NLRB to conduct secret-ballot elections so employees may exercise free choice to decide whether or not a union should represent them for bargaining purposes. NLRB also investigates…

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    Non Unionized System

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    have a better compensation, based on productivity and other measurable factors; such as bonuses, profit-sharing, incentive pay, and stock options. This applicable position Lepie, (2014) discusses empowers employees to organize and select exclusive bargaining agents to negotiate and define their wages, hours, and working conditions. Although; negotiating parties occasionally have different interest, the writer noted that neither side can surrender without a substantial loss of face. Nevertheless,…

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    There are differences in public and private collective bargaining. In particular, there are differences between the ways the agreement is caring out. For instance, collective bargaining in the private sector influences by market forces. The primary concentration is on profit. As a business owner, you want your profit was higher than the expenses. The competition and amount of responsibilities create pressure and many factors like benefits and additional attractive elements are not available to…

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    Rla Summary

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    postpone any disturbance to business caused by a strike. The RLA applies to all employees of railroads, airlines and anything associated with the transportation of cargo or passengers. The RLA avoids or postpones stoppages by prolonging the collective bargaining process. The RLA dictates that status quo must be obliged for 30-60 days before a stoppage can occur. The RLA classify disputes in two ways, major and minor. The RLA’s major disputes are that they cannot change the rules, working…

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    this tactic.” (House of OCSEA, 2015) Under the NLRA, privately employed workers are allowed to strike if an impasse has been reached in negotiations. The primary function of the Federal Service Impasses Panel “is to assist parties in resolving bargaining impasses and to take necessary actions consistent with the law to resolve such impasses.” (Twomey, 2007-2013) Similar to NLRA, the General Counsel investigate and prosecutes unfair labor practice cases. (Twomey, 2007-2013) The federal…

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