LyondellBasell gave its "last, best and final" offer to Local 13-227's bargaining
committee on April 11.
is the process in which the terms and conditions of employment are determined jointly by the employer and workers.
Academic Collective Bargaining
is an anthology of essays by learned contributors to educate readers about the history and context of collective bargaining
as a negotiation tactic, particularly in the academic career realm.
But open-air markets, where the art of bargaining
on price keeps things lively, are also snagging more mall shoppers than they used to.
Now it is time to bring equal transparency to the collective bargaining
The FTC found that the PPA in effect renders NTSP as the sole bargaining
agent of the competing physicians, and thus facilitates price fixing among competitor physicians.
Unified School District as assistant superintendent for business and attended his first teacher contract bargaining
In the United States, more than 90 percent of all cases in the justice system are settled by plea bargaining
rather than exercising the right to trial.
This is to take into account new forms of bargaining
, NZNO's focus on sector work, and moves towards more multi-site and national CA bargaining
EDMONTON -- The Alberta government introduced changes to the provincial labour laws to change bargaining
in the healthcare sector in that province.
An affiliate of the AFT, the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) won the subsequent collective bargaining
election (Brooks, 1967).
RICHARD EPSTEIN 'S BARGAINING
with the State is intended to be the flip side of his 1985 book, Takings: Private Property and the Power of Eminent Domain.