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The make whole remedy requires that workers who are adversely affected by bad faith bargaining get paid what they would have been paid had bad faith bargaining not occurred. This involves making up lost wages and fringe benefits and the like to workers affected by bad faith bargaining. Since bad faith bargaining can be potentially quite profitable to employers who engage in it, the make whole remedy in a way rewards the employers who
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Unformatted text preview: bargain in good faith by leveling the playing field. If their competitor is bargaining in bad faith, he may end up financially responsible for a large sum as a result of his bad faith bargaining thus making the employer who did not bargain in bad faith no longer at an economic disadvantage....
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