Mgt 3344 chapter 3

Mgt 3344 chapter 3 - C hapter 3- Legal influences Common...

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Chapter 3- Legal influences Common Law - used to resolve a legal dispute when no constitutional or statutory law applies Employment at will doctrine (EAW)- Common law doctrine- relationship may be terminated by either employee or employer at any time for any reason National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)- administers the NLRB Act Labor management Reporting and Disclosure (Landrum griffin)- supervision of union representation elections and determine of unfair labor practices Federal mediation and Conciliation service (FMCS)- provides mediation services to unions and employers engaged in collective bargaining, also provides training programs U.S Department of Labor (USDOL)- provides employment related services; research and data collecting functions, administers federal wage and safety laws Criminal conspiracy doctrine - Common law interpretation held that it was illegal for workers to join together to pressure employers for better wages or working conditions Commonwealth v. Hunt (1842)- ended the use of criminal conspiracy but left in place civil
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