in [Albany] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Irving H. Sabghir. Assisted by Leonard R. Kershaw.|
|Contributions||New York (State). Public Employment Relations Board.|
|LC Classifications||KFN5562.P8 S2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 159 p.|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||73622813|
Collective Bargaining, third edition, explores the varieties of legal maneuvering used to define the scope of the bargaining unit. Collective Bargaining, third edition includes new data on the. This book provides up-to-date information on public sector collective bargaining in the United States today. The editors' seek to understand the real nature of PSB by examining eight states where the action is taking place -- California, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, New . ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Themes of George Taylor / John T. Dunlop --An introduction to the scope of bargaining in the public sector / Walter J. Gershenfeld --The scope of bargaining in the public sector in Michigan / Charles M. Rehmus --The scope of bargaining in the public sector in New Jersey / Ernest Gross - . Social dialogue, including collective bargaining, is one of the core enabling principles of the ILO’s decent work agenda. It should form part and parcel of the regulation of labour relations in the public sector. Dialogue and bargaining can and should be key contributors to public sector efficiency, performance and equity.
gal issues involved in this collective bargaining, in the absence of legislative guidance, are still of primary importance.9 This ar-ticle will analyze cases that deal with the permissive scope of public employee collective bargaining, and will attempt to pre-sent a workable, systematic approach to resolving issues con-. management's use in public sector collective bargaining. The author stresses that strategies w'long-term plans of. action and that this. book does not consider bargaining tactics--the in 'vidu. ethods. used to achieve the strategic objectives. The book. 1st. of 20 "how to" sections covering the following topics: detecting and using. Collective bargaining allows public employees a much needed say about their jobs, wages, and benefits. Whereas teachers, for instance, have lower pay than many other professionals, collective bargaining has ensured that they have one of the best retirement systems. Collective bargaining is a well developed and important part of industrial relations in Slovakia, with around half of the workforce covered by sector/branch level collective agreements. This feature outlines the legal provisions on bargaining procedures and structures, and looks at the current situation in terms of the number and level of.
Chapter 3: Public Sector Labor Relations: History & Laws Part II: The Collective Bargaining Process Chapter 4: Establishing a Bargaining Unit and the Organizing Campaign Chapter 5: Negotiation Models, Strategies, and Tactics Chapter 6: Negotiating a Collective Bargaining Agreement Part . Guide to statutory provisions in public sector collective bargaining: scope of negotiations by Joyce M. Najita, , Industrial Relations Center, University of Hawaii edition, in English. Filed Under: Duty to Bargain, Public Sector Collective Bargaining Rights, Scope of Bargaining November 1, By admin PERC Affirms Finding That Increased Workload is a Mandatory Subject of Bargaining. E. Scope of Bargaining (NLRA) governs collective bargaining in the private sector. 1. The NLRA leaves it to the states to regulate collective bargaining in the public sector. 2. Public employees in California do not have the right to bargain collectively absent authorizing legislation. Rather than enacting a single overarching employment.