What is Collective Bargaining?
Collective bargaining is a procedure in which working individuals, through their unions,
arrange contracts with managers to decide their terms of livelihood, including pay, medicinal
Contract Bar Doctrine- specifies that a valid, signed agreement for a fixed period
of three years or less will bar any representation election for life of the agreement.
It could extend the 12-month statutory limitation on elections to three yea
Chapter 2: Discussion Questions 2-5
2. In many respects the IWW violated all the criteria of labor organization success as it:
had neither an adequate financial base (many members did not pay dues) nor a membership
Chapter 5: Discussion Questions
1. A. They are dissatisfied with physical characteristics of the workplace, low wages, or lack
B. Believe that a union will help them achieve the job-related conditions important to
2. The contract bar do