Industrial Relations Law

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Cavendish Publishing, Mar 20, 2002 - Law - 448 pages
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Contents

PART1
17
TRADE UNION GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
23
EVIDENCE OF STATUS AS ATRADE UNION
31
MEMBERSRIGHTS AND THE RULE BOOK
49
ADMISSION DISCIPLINE AND EXPULSION I
67
ADMISSION DISCIPLINE AND EXPULSION II
95
UNION ELECTIONS
111
TRADE UNIONS AND POLITICAL ACTIVITIES
123
RECOGNITION AND THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS ACT 1999
208
VOLUNTARY RECOGNITION
227
RIGHTS TO CONSULTATION
235
THE RIGHT TO ASSOCIATE IN TRADE UNIONS
259
PART 3
273
INDUSTRIAL ACTION AND THE INDIVIDUAL WORKER
287
CIVIL LIABILITIES
305
TRADE UNION IMMUNITIES
325

PART 2
137
LEGAL EFFECT OF COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS
151
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165
PROTECTION AGAINST DISMISSAL
174
ACTION SHORT OF DISMISSAL
184
THE RIGHT NOT TO BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST IN RECRUITMENT
192
COLLECTIVE RIGHTS FOR TRADE UNIONS RECOGNITION
199
THE PARTIES TO THE TRADE DISPUTE
333
PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS AFTER THE BALLOT
344
UNION LIABILITY FOR INDUSTRIAL ACTION
351
THE CONDUCT OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES
361
Index
375
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Charles Kelly Barrow is a native Georgian, born in Atlanta and raised in DeKalb County and the Tucker area. With J. H. Segars and R. B. Rosenburg, he compiled and edited the anthology Black Confederates, also a Pelican title. In 1979, he joined the Sons of Confederate Veterans and currently serves as second vice-president of the Pike County Historical Society and as the historian-in-chief of the SCV (the youngest ever appointed). He graduated from Shorter College in 1988 with a B.S. in social science. Now a social studies teacher at Flint River Academy, he is working on his masteris degree at Piedmont College. He resides in Zebulon, Georgia.

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