Labor Guide to Labor Law

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Business & Economics - 652 pages
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This authoritative guide to labor law in the private sector is written from a union perspective and emphasizes the issues of greatest importance to unions. It covers the essential information needed to acquire a basic understanding of labor law and how it pertains to the workplace. Federal Regulations of Labor-Management Relations. The Collective Bargaining Unit. Union Organizing Rights and Election Campaigns. The Duty to Bargain. Strikes, Striker Rights, and Lockouts. Union Regulation of Work and the Antitrust Laws. Enforcement of Collective Bargaining Agreements and the Duty to Arbitrate. Rights and Responsibilities of Union Members. The Duty of Fair Representation. Equal Employment Opportunity. Federal-State Relationships in Labor Relations. For union officers and representatives or anyone else who needs to review or learn the basics of labor law.

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A Statutory and Structural Overview
The Collective Bargaining Unit and Representation Elections
Union Organizing Rights and Election Campaigns

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Attorney Bruce S. Feldacker represents labor organizations in labor and employment law matters and serves as a mediator in labor and employment law disputes. He is an Adjunct Professor at St. Louis University Law School.

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