bargaining unit


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Bargaining Unit

A group of employees represented by a union or other organization that is permitted to engage in collective bargaining with an employer.

bargaining unit

see COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
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In this case, however, instead of moving forward with a contested election, PTE 17 instead decided to "disclaim interest" in the bargaining unit, surrendering its certification without a vote.
It is disappointing that the Correctional Bargaining Unit has rejected the tentative extension agreement recently negotiated with the province.
The NLRB decision allows the contingent staffing company workers to join with the primary employer's workforce in creating these bargaining units without consent from either employer.
The key question here is whether Aggregate Industries transferred work or changed the scope of the bargaining unit.
The bank also recognizes that NAFINU is now entitled to negotiate on behalf of its members and employees in the bargaining unit on all matters relating to the terms and conditions of employment.
In 1989, the NLRB created the Health Care Rule to limit the number and types of bargaining units that are allowed in acute-care facilities.
The newest members of the bargaining unit will share the same concerns as AMPA and SPEEA about the maintenance of the quality of flight services and training in the face of Boeing's continued use of contract workers.
We want to make sure that the folks in the bargaining unit have a chance to think about this, and when we reach a point where over half of the members want the bargaining unit, the state gives us the possibility of forming the union.
Previous experience shows that unions define the size of the bargaining unit and will select the employee groups (e.
We tried to address and resolve this fundamental issue at the bargaining table without adversary action or rancor, but the employer insisted it has the right to continue to shrink the bargaining unit (now at approximately 23, according to the employer) while adding in unprecedented fashion, an allegedly 'temporary'workforce.
Bargaining unit employees will be converted at a later date, when issues are worked out between the government and union officials.
The authors analyze the "Airlines" case that stated that employees in a female-dominated bargaining unit (flight attendants) should not be compared to male-dominated work in other bargaining units (mostly pilots and maintenance crews) since they were supposedly considered different groups.