Class Notes 2-13 - Class Notes 2/13/12 Employment & Labor...

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Class Notes 2/13/12 Environmental Law Labor Law Labor Law: Regulates the concept unionization Norris-LaGuardia Act 1932 – The beginning of the workers’ rights movement – Allows for workers to demonstrate via peaceful picketing, strikes, and boycotts. NLRA – National Labor Relations Act – Permitted the employee or a group of workers to engage in collective bargaining and to form a union and it prevents the employer from engaging in unfair labor practices. Enforced by NLRB, an administrative agency. -LMRA – Labor Management relations act – Regulates the union. Prevents Closed Shop, which is when a union requires a worker to be a member of the union in order to obtain employment. Open Shop – This is allowed. Union membership can be required after being hired. Formation of Unions a. Authorization Cards – Each worker is able to sign the card, when they sign it, they are giving up their rights to negotiate on their behalf, and give their rights to the union. b. Recognize- The cards are presented to the employer, and the employer is asked to recognize the union. c.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course MGMT 330 taught by Professor Staceysassman during the Winter '12 term at CSU San Bernardino.

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Class Notes 2-13 - Class Notes 2/13/12 Employment & Labor...

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