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HR Chapter 11 - Chapter 11 Negotiation and Collective...

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Chapter 11 – Negotiation and Collective Bargaining 1. When deciding who should be a part of their collective bargaining negotiation  team, mgmt needs to consider  communication skills, labor/benefit cost analysis,  legal issues. 2. 3 types of issues in bargaining: a. Mandatory – require good faith.  Directly affect employment relationship.  Direct relationship between employer and employee.   i. Wages, hours, incentive pay, overtime, safety, seniority. b. Voluntary – either side can decide NOT to bargain. i. Supervisory discipline and compensation, price/product issues c. Illegal – both sides prohibited to bargain on illegal issues. i. Featherbedding, EEO, closed shop/agency shop in right to work  states 3. Non economic issues  important to unions during  collective bargaining  include: a. Quality of work life b. Union security c. Work rules d. Size of work crew e. Types of work
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