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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The company agrees to furnish the union the names and addresses of the employees and grant the union recognition as the bargaining representative if a majority choose the union in a card check election.
But union members at the two schools in Coventry due to become academies won't be part of the ballots as they are happy with plans for pay, conditions and union recognition.
He would also probably embark on a fresh round of curbs on workers' rights, smashing the - very modest - union recognition system that New Labour put in place.
The threat of industrial action is looming at the Midland head office of insurer Britannic following a row over union recognition.
UP TO 300 workers at Cheshire chemicals firm Nalco will begin a series of strikes on Friday in a row over union recognition.
There were more than 300 union recognition deals last year, almost twice as many as in the previous 12 months, including Boots, the Church of Scotland and Kwik-Fit.
A spokesperson also claimed that the strike was more about union recognition and inter-union disputes than pay.
The 40 baggage handlers with budget airline Ryanair have carried out industrial action for seven weeks in a row over union recognition, pay and conditions.
This is a highly coveted European Union Recognition of its exceptional quality and traditional cultivation.
Union representative Jim Quinn said: "We have tried to engage the firm and union recognition over the past two months.
Her specialist areas of work relate to both contentious and non-contentious law and she advises the business community on a range of issues from wrongful dismissal, discrimination law and drafting severance agreements, to subjects such as trade union recognition and employee consultation.
Bosses at USA corporate giant Isle of Capri, which is behind the plans for the casino at the proposed Arena in Foleshill, won't pledge to offer union recognition.

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