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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Reasonable costs incurred by providers, consistent with the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), may represent allowable costs of operation, provided such costs are not directly related to influencing employees with the respect to unionization further provided that such costs are not unreasonable.
Much of the credit for this postwar social contract should go to the National Labor Relations Act of 1935.
The National Labor Relations Act has been cited as responsible for the current disadvantaged position unions experience in industrial relations, and there are calls for its amendment.
A series of new decisions issued by the National Labor Relations Board enforcing an outdated section of the National Labor Relations Act makes it illegal for nonunion employees to share decision making with management.
Southerners in Congress even generally supported the more sweeping measures of the "Second New Deal" that included the Social Security Act, the National Labor Relations Act, and the "soak the rich" tax.
The National Labor Relations Act, also known as the Wagner- Connery Act, was signed by Pres.
A 1973 amendment to the National Labor Relations Act placed hospital bargaining units into one of three catetories: professional, nonprofessional, or guards.
For decades, low-paid seasonal farm workers have been unorganized and excluded from the National Labor Relations Act. Occasionally some workers have struck, but these rebellions have been quickly crushed.
This period saw the creation of the Works Progress Administration (1935), to relieve unemployment, and the enactment of the National Labor Relations Act (1935), which guaranteed unions the right to bargain collectively.
JB Pritzker signed the Collective Bargaining Freedom Act (SB 1474), protecting the right of employers, employees, and their labor organizations to collectively bargain and ensuring that the State of Illinois complies with the National Labor Relations Act.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently released several significant decisions in December affecting metalcasters and their obligations under the National Labor Relations Act.
He has extensive experience with the National Labor Relations Act, Michigan Employment Relations Commission, Federal and State Courts, State and Federal administrative agency proceedings, collective bargaining, arbitration, mediation, union avoidance, employment litigation, and dispute resolution.

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