Union Recognition

Union Recognition

In the United States, certification by the National Labor Relations Board indicating that a majority of the employees at a company have requested to form a union to represent them. This union is then given the right to negotiate with the employer on the employees' behalf.
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Just under 700 workers represented by Teamsters Local 215 are seeking a fair contract from EVSC, while the EVSC Board is threatening to withdraw union recognition if the union does not comply with its overreaching demands.
As employment tribunal claims have declined our experience of working on key strategic projects like global mobility, executive incentive schemes and trade union recognition with our clients has become more significant.
During the three-day meeting, the participants will consider subjects such as European Union recognition of the equivalence of supervision in third countries, to be presented by the Bank of Portugal, while National Bank of Angola will analyse the governance model and internal control in Angola and the contribution of education to financial stability.
Could this be the police seeking union recognition which would give them the right to strike?
It follows a vote by members of the RMT union in favour of action on pay and union recognition.
HUNDREDS of workers who clean Virgin trains on the West Coast main line are to stage a 24-hour strike later this month in a row over pay and union recognition.
Desai's attempt to achieve union recognition for the Grunwick workers was ultimately unsuccessful, ending in a hunger strike outside the headquarters of the Trades Union Congress, which she accused of betrayal in 1978.
In his to letter to Ms Hodge, Mr Watts said: "I am not at sure whether Jim Hyde is qualified to speak on 'Protecting Children in a Digital World' when he is not prepared to allow his employees the basic right of union recognition.
TBG made representations about the CAC's judgement, which was about whether or not to hold a secret workforce ballot at Cable&Wireless, where the Communications Workers Union (CWU) was seeking statutory union recognition.
Derek Simpson, joint leader of Unite, called for a "new settlement" for workers and listed a series of demands, including better job protection and wider union recognition.
Kevin Hall, the union's regional industrial organiser, said the new proposal involved changes to a three-year pay deal which he said had been controversially imposed on the 15 GRS workers in return for the firm accepting a voluntary union recognition agreement.

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