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Industrial Relations Legislation

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Industrial Relations Legislation 4490

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Notes reviewing topics that were heavily missed on the exam.
Industrial Relations Legislation
Prof. Susan Bradley
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Date Created: 02/20/16
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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