Politics_and_the_Legal_environment_of_unions

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Politics and the Legal environment of unions
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• Labor law and the workplace consists of Federal government and statutes for 50 states plus territories, some municipalities. – Public and Private are different sets of statutes but many of the rules (e.g. recognition, grievance arbitration etc. are carryovers from private sector. • Private Sector: Federal jurisdiction over organization and process. • State and local PERBs, OCB etc.
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• Federal employees: – Lloyd-Lafollette Act 1913: right to organize • Executive order 10988 (1962) – Right to bargain exclusive recognition • Formal recognition • Informal recognition • (No Wage bargaining) • EX Or: 11491 – Exclusive only recognition – Created federal service impasse panel – Strong management rights content
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• 1978 Civil Service Reform Act – Created FLRA – Right to Bargain by Statute – Still, no wages or benefits – Lots of negotiations of working conditions, rights of bargaining units etc.
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