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  • Labor Relations

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    Labor Relations Grand Canyon University: HLT-520 James Webb September 23, 2015 The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) started in July 1935 to protect the rights of employees, rather, they be union or nor-union employees (Pozgar, 2012). The employees are protected under the Act or may employ in bubble-like, rigorous goings-on in situations other than the customary union organizations and cooperative bargaining. The National Labor Relations Board regulates the employers from interfering with

  • Topics in Labor Relations

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    Key Topics in Labor Relations 26 February 2012 Lynne Treykor Collective bargaining, as its name implies, is achieved when two or more parties come together to make a decision about something. Specifically, it is achieved when employers and a group of employees work together to decide important terms and conditions regarding employment. These terms and conditions include compensation as well as rights and responsibilities of employees, employers, and unions. They can also include guidelines

  • Labor Relation In The Workplace

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    large audience over one or all of the social media networks. The relationship between the employee and the organization can be tested if company social media policies are to broad or restrict the employee’s rights under the labor laws protected by the National Labor Relation Act (NLRA) under Section 7 and Section 8. On the other hand, the organization is seeking

  • Labor Relations Research Paper

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    MG420 DL Labor Relations Research Assignment (Arthur Crump) (September 27, 2009) Professor Stroud   1. Define and discuss the term “collective bargaining.” Include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] a current web-based news item/magazine article about a real life example of a collective bargaining action. Write a succinct and complete summary on the contents of the article you 've provided along with your critical comments about that article. Support your findings with referenced

  • Labor Relations In Labour Relations

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    Labor Relations Labour relations refers to the relations between employee and employers. They are affected by certain factors, including the labor market, collective bargaining, labor organization, government policies, economy conditions, labor law and technological change. Since industrial relations are frequently associated with unions, it is important that in Canada, until the 1970s, a larger piece of unions and union individuals had a place with American-based specialty and mechanical unions

  • Understanding Labor Relations And Collective Bargaining

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    Understanding Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining In the video, “Understanding Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining”, Donald Carty, CEO of American Airlines at that time, expresses the disappointment of the many executives in a union environment face in regards to labor costs. Shortly after this video, Mr. Carty had announced executive-retention bonuses and pension protection right after most union members had already voted to accept over $1 billion worth of wage and benefit concessions

  • Labor Relations: Collective Bargaining Agreements

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    conditions, employment conditions and workplace rules, overtime pay, base pay, work hours, work holidays, shift length, vacation time, sick leave, health care benefits and retirement benefits. In US, the collective bargaining is done among the leaders of labor union and the company’s management that employ the workers for the union. The outcome of the process is known as the collective bargaining agreement, and it also developed the employment rules that are set for several years. The expenses of this representation

  • Labor Relations, Unions, And Safety Issues

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    Labor Relations Due to issues in the past with labor relations, unions were started by employees to help employees and management to work out the differences. These unions helped workers work out issues with management regarding employment conditions, pay, and safety issues, along with the employee’s rights. Because of issues in the past, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) was created (Youssef, 2013). Thanks to the National Labor Relations Act, many issues were addressed in the past that concerned

  • The Pros And Cons Of Labor Relations

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    In the U.S. labor relations, a group of employees who desire to bargain collectively rather than individually, are those who typically form a union (Dooley, 1957). This demonstrates to the employer that the majority of its employees support the union and the organizing process begins. First, employees cannot form a union without abiding by certain basic procedural steps and legal standards that are required. Decisions to vote against or for a union are based on factors such as satisfaction with their

  • The National Labor Relations Act

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    a. National Labor Relations Act The National Labor Relations Act, is occasionally called the Wagner Act, after its primary benefactor, Senator Robert Wagner of New York, conditions and outlines the entitlements of workforces to coordinate and to bargain communally with their superiors through the delegates of their selecting or not to do so. The Act has numerous areas of importance, two of which are: 1) To safeguard that workforces can liberally vote for their individual delegates for collective