Industrial Relations Legislation
Industrial Relations Legislation 4490
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Notetaker on Saturday February 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 4490 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Prof. Susan Bradley in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see Industrial Relations Legislation in Law at Middle Tennessee State University.
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Industrial Relations Legislation NLRA protects the rights of employees in a workplace. This law allows employees to have the right to form, join, and assist labor organizations, bargain through representatives of their own choice, and engage in other activities with mutual aid. It is known as the National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act). NLRA only covers private employers. Section 7: 1. Right of Form or Join a Union 2. Right to Negotiate a CBA 3. Right to Engage in Concerted Activities for Mutual Aid and Protection *You cannot be a Concerted Union Member and have Mutual Aid. Unions must petition for elections and authorization cards with signatures of at least 30% of the employees requesting a Union. These cards must be sent to the National Labor Relations Board and then the company does a Secret Ballot election. If it is over 50% signed, the authorization card requests for a Union to be formed. The company can waive the election and recognize itself as a Union. The National Labor Relations Board can order an employer to recognize a Union if the employer has engaged in Unfair Labor Practices in the past.
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