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a
strike
 If
reason
for
the
strike
is
ULP
–
 Filed
 only
 by
 the
 duly
 recognized
 or
 certified
bargaining
agent
 If
the
bargaining
unit
involved
has
yet
no
 bargaining
 agent,
 then
 the
 notice
 may
 be
 filed
 by
 even
 an
 unrecognized
 labor
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 • • union,
 provided
 the
 union
 is
 duly
 registered
 If
the
reason
is
bargaining
deadlock
–
 ONLY
 the
 bargaining
 union
 has
 the
 legal
 right
to
file
a
notice
of
strike
 o Contents
–
 Names
 and
 addresses
 of
 the
 employer
 and
 the
 union
involved
 Nature
 of
 the
 industry
 to
 which
 the
 employer
 belongs
 Number
 of
 union
 members
 and
 of
 the
 workers
 in
 the
bargaining
unit
 Such
 other
 relevant
 data
 as
 may
 facilitate
 the
 settlement
of
the
dispute
 In
 case
 of
 deadlock,
 the
 notice
 shall
 state
 the
 unresolved
 issues
 in
 the
 bargaining
 negotiations
 and
 be
 accompanied
 by
 the
 written
 proposals
 of
 the
 union
 and
 counterproposals
 of
 the
 employer
 and
 the
 proof
 of
 a
 request
 for
 conference
 to
 settle
 the
differences
 In
 case
 of
 ULP,
 notice
 shall
 state
 the
 acts
 complained
 of
 and
 the
 efforts
 taken
 to
 resolve
 the
 dispute
amicably
 (In
 case
 notice
 does
 not
 conform
 to
 the
 above,
 the
 regional
 branch
 of
 the
 Board
 shall
 inform
 the
 concerned
party
of
such
fact)
 Cooling­off
Period
 o It
 is
 the
 time
 gap
 required
 to
 cool
 off
 tempers
 between
 the
 filing
of
notice
and
the
actual
execution
of
strike/lockout
 o 30
days
in
case
of
deadlock
 o 15
days
in
case
of
ULP
 o BUT
in
the
face
of
union
busting,
the
cooling‐off
period
need
 not
be
observed
and
the
union
may
take
action
immediately
 after
 the
 strike
 vote
 is
 conducted
 and
 the
 results
 thereof
 submitted
to
the
appropriate
regional
branch
of
the
Board

 o NCMB,
 during
 the
 cooling‐off
 period,
 mediates
 and
 conciliates
the
parties.
 o The
 regional
 branch
 of
 the
 Board
 may,
 upon
 agreement
 of
 the
 parties,
 treat
 a
 notice
 as
 a
 preventive
 mediation
 case.
 It
 shall
 encourage
 parties
 to
 submit
 the
 dispute
 to
 voluntary
 arbitration
 o During
 proceedings,
 parties
 shall
 not
 do
 any
 act
 which
 may
 disrupt
 or
 impede
 the
 early
 settlement
 of
 the
 dispute.
 They
 are
 obliged
 to
 participate
 fully
 and
 promptly
 in
 the
 conciliation
meetings
 Strike
vote
(SV)
 o Secret...
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This document was uploaded on 03/11/2014.

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