In recent years unions have made significant changes to the process and

In recent years unions have made significant changes

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Discuss the level at which collective bargaining occurs and why? In recent years, unions have made significant changes to the process and outcomes of collective bargaining in an innovative effort to extend their membership Corporate campaigns use media, political, financial, community and regulatory pressures to build bargaining power Other strategies link collective bargaining to organising and political strategies – triangulation strategies link organising, politics and collective bargaining Cross-national unionism remains a challenge for unions to counteract the power of multinational enterprises (MNEs), outsourcing and international economic pressures 8. Discuss the provisions of the EFCA? The EFCA’s major provisions involved: allowing unions to organise through card check recognition facilitation of speedy processing of unfair labour practice claims increased penalties on employers who unlawfully discharge employees provision of interest arbitration if the parties are unable to negotiate a first contract
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