Guest speaker collective bargaining

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13/04/2009 10:49:00 Guest speaker collective bargaining  NLRA when collective barrgining really started  Unions have right to organize, bargain and strike  Public sector around 1960s Collective baringing agreement  No lay off Health and disability Dues Grievance prodecdure Senoritiy Mamngment rights No strike  Fully barginig clause ( zipper clause) – it closes off the contract.  It says we the  parties are not required ot neg on any subject at all wehter we made it clear or not  because this is the tootatliy of the contract .  don thave to do it  the public sector is dirreent than the private serctor when union try to organize pulic sector its rare management refuses 
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Unformatted text preview: • the public pays salirers and don’t have voice at baringing table o police hours • differences include- ppl who are elected officals and don’t ususaly want them at the barigning table ebacuse they are suspose to know everything and I don’t want the unoint o ask qestion they don’t want to answer. Don’t want committee ansnwer questions. The union comittie they consist of half a dozen • mangmgent commeite needs to know operation, who is a finance person, note taker, and him. ← biggest problem neg over- health insurance, seveence ← ← 13/04/2009 10:49:00 ← 13/04/2009 10:49:00 ←...
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  • Spring '09
  • LARRYKATZ
  • speaker collective bargaining, Fully barginig clause, Collective baringing agreement, him.   biggest problem

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