Labor Relations Overview: North Dakota
- North Dakota
- Right of Employees to Organize and Bargain
- North Dakota Public Policy
- Collective Bargaining Agreements between Union and Employer
- Enforcement of the Collective Bargaining Agreement
- Collective Bargaining Agreement Effective Upon Dissolution
- Collection of Actual Representation Expenses from Nonunion Employees
- Collective Bargaining
- The Adjustment of Grievances
- Future Developments
- Additional Resources
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- North Dakota labor law, Title 34 of the North Dakota Century Code, Chapter 34-02 "Obligations of Employer and Employee", defines the rights and obligations for employers and employees. See Rights of Employees to Organize and Bargain.
- Employers and employees are required to meet and engage in good faith during collective negotiations. See Collective Bargaining.