Public Sector Labor Relations: South Carolina
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- Public employees in South Carolina do not have the right to bargain collectively or to be represented by a union. See No Right to Organize.
- Public employees do not have the right to strike. See No Right to Strike.
- There is a statute that specifies a grievance procedure for county and municipal employees. See County and Municipal Grievance Procedure.
- The State Employee Grievance Procedure Act specifies the grievance procedure for state employees. See State Employee Grievance Procedure Act.
- A statute details mediation and arbitration procedures at the state level. See Mediation and Arbitration.