Bargaining Agent


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Bargaining Agent

The union or other organization recognized by an employer as having the ability to conduct collective bargaining on behalf of all or a certain section of employees.
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The FTC found that NTSP used these powers of attorney in a manner similar to the way it used its PPAs, namely to solidify its power as a bargaining agent and facilitate its illegal price fixing.
The Authority has requested statements of reply from the 119 employers who had not authorised a bargaining agent.
An organizing campaign is an attempt by a union to become the certified bargaining agent on behalf of a group of workers.
The union had replaced the Teamsters as bargaining agent for the employees in a January 1990 representation election conducted by the National Mediation Board.
In addition, the association wants to be recognized as the official bargaining agent for all doctors in the province and to make the payment of membership dues mandatory.
Pilot negotiations broke off 10 months ago due to the disparate pay and working conditions between the two pilot groups, which the former bargaining agent could not resolve.
CBA being a collective bargaining agent said that the opposite group in CDA is involved in stopping the balloting of plots by different tactics and through Stay Order in Islamabad High Court.
Certified collective bargaining agent for the 10,000 pilots of American Airlines (AMR), the Allied Pilots Association (APA) on Friday said that it has staged rallies in New York and Fort Worth in an effort to highlight a sentiment of "no confidence" in the current management team's stand-alone business plan and ability to successfully restructure the airline.
NAFAU has been identified as the company's exclusive bargaining agent for employees within the bargaining unit since 2000.
The Allied Pilots Association (APA), a certified collective bargaining agent for 11,500 American Airlines (NYSE:AMR) pilots, on Friday voiced strong support for US Senator Schumer in opposing any effort to scale down the amount of in-flight experience required by new-hire airline pilots.
The NCCC, the bargaining agent for the nation's freight railroads, had filed applications for mediation in March, but voluntarily withdrew them May 10 in expectation that productive negotiations would continue.
It announces that the organization's employed physicians have submitted a petition to have "Metropolitan Alliance of Physicians" recognized as their collective bargaining agent.