Collective Bargaining Process
An employer does not have a duty to bargain with a union over employee discipline prior to reaching a first collective bargaining agreement, according to a recent NLRB ruling.
Two new NLRB rulings make it more difficult for a union to organize a micro-unit within an organization and adopt a new standard for determining whether a unilateral change of a term or condition of employment by an employer violates the National Labor Relations Act.
A new law extends collective bargaining rights, overtime and other labor protections to farm workers in New York.
Starting in 2020, employers with 50 or more employees in Nevada will be required to provide employees up to 40 hours hours of paid leave per benefit year. In addition, Nevada's minimum wage will increase by 75 cents per year, until it reaches $12 per hour in 2020.
News: HR guidance on the collective bargaining process.
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