Basic Text on Labor Law, Unionization, and Collective Bargaining
Begins with an introduction to labor law, the Federal Labor Act, and the National Labor Relations Board. Coverage expands to include securing representative status, restraint and coercion of employee rights to organize, and the legality of concerted activity. Examines the balance of economic weapons, the duty to bargain in good faith, and the enforcement of collective bargaining agreements. Also reviews the union and employee relationship, regulatory conflict, and accommodation.
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