collective bargaining

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collective bargaining

A negotiation between an employer and employee representatives, e.g., between a health care facility and one of its employee unions.
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'In July 2016, there were only 1,126 (6.5 percent) registered unions with collective bargaining agreements covering 200,476 workers.
It is important for plan sponsors to make sure the plan document matches the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, Ciepluch notes.
Instead, they look to language used in collective bargaining agreements to see if benefits should continue indefinitely.
Unions oppose such legislation, since they assert that it will allow free-riding by employees enjoying the benefits afforded by collective bargaining agreements, and allow employers to treat employees unfairly, as was the case prior to the "leveling of the playing field" brought about by unionization.
* Montana: Lengthens the time miners can work, including the hours under collective bargaining agreements.
The Service has no statutory restrictions on the type of work it may outsource, but collective bargaining agreements with its unions impose some process requirements and limitations.
But the majority of our unions, by their nature, exist to serve the needs of adults rather than those of students, and ultimately work to maintain the status quo of collective bargaining agreements that all too often serve as barriers to innovation, efficiency, and common sense.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) had negotiated collective bargaining agreements with Case that required the agreed-upon group insurance and pension plan to run concurrently In 1995 the UAW and Case signed a letter of agreement that seemed to cap Case's liability.
It also will spin its charter unit off into a separate subsidiary, look to renegotiate certain collective bargaining agreements and transition to a more modern IT platform across its operation.
A new contract once established then contains boilerplate language within the collective bargaining agreement. The boilerplate language in collective bargaining agreements contain language such as management rights, scope and recognition, hours of work, leave, orientation, education, evaluations, discipline, discharge and termination, grievance and arbitration to name a few.
The possible impact of unions and collective bargaining agreements on organizational strategies, compensations strategies, and worker motivation strategies.
North Carolina General Statute 95-98 makes null and void any collective bargaining agreements between the state and its employees.

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