"National Labor Relations Act" Essays and Research Papers

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  • National Labor Relations Act

    History The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)‚ also known as the Wagner Act‚ was enacted in Congress in 1935 and became one of the most important legacies of the New Deal. Prior to the passage of the NLRA‚ employers had been free to spy on‚ interrogate‚ discipline‚ discharge‚ and blacklist union members. Reversing years of federal opposition‚ the statute guaranteed the right of employees to organize labor unions‚ to engage in collective bargaining‚ and to take part in strikes. The act also created

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  • National Labor Relations Act and Ch.

    FINAL EXAMINATION Park University (Internet) MG 420 Labor Relations Instructor: William R Mueller Multiple Choice (2 points each) 1. In the United States‚ the concept that employees are entitled to a voice in the workplace because it is consistent with the fundamental doctrine of our political system is known as: a. exclusive representative b. Industrial democracy c. Participative management d. Critical industrial relations Ch. 1‚ p. 9 2. Which of the following is not considered

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  • The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)

    (Barnardin & Russell‚ 2013‚ p.349). The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)‚ also widely known as the Wagner Act‚ was a law established during the great depression era during the year 1935. As such‚ these laws recognized from a formal perspective of worker’s rights to collectively bargain with representatives of their choice. (Barnardin & Russell‚ 2013). Additionally‚ these laws provided for employees and rights to oppose what was perceived real or imagined as unfair labor practices and policies by the employer

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  • Labor Relations Act Research Paper

    between employees and employers. The National Relations Act of 1935 (NLRA) gives employees the right to organize and bargain collectively over wages‚ hours‚ and other work conditions. The Act also requires both employer and unions to bargain in good faith. To protect the rights of both employees and employers‚ the NLRA defines certain activities as unfair labor practices. These unfair labor practices are illegal under the NLRA and under state laws. These unfair labor practices can be committed by either

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  • Labor Relations

    MG240 DL Labor Relations Research Assignment 1. Define the term “collective bargaining” and list and describe four issues that are mandatory components of a collective bargaining agreement. Collective bargaining is a process of negotiations between the employer and a group of employees in which terms and conditions of employment are decided. Employees are usually represented in bargaining by a union. The major subjects of bargaining are as follows‚ compensation‚ personnel policies

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  • Labor relations

    exercise of managerial prerogative. Today‚ union and management meet periodically to negotiate collective agreements‚ which‚ besides establishing the terms and conditions of employment‚ are intended to prevent interruptions of business operations by labor strikes during the life of the contracts. Traditionally‚ the emphasis in general negotiations was upon settling questions arising out of employment-such as hours‚ wages‚ and working conditions. More recently‚ however‚ considerable attention has been

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  • National Labor Relations Act: Formation of Unions and Elimination of Unfair Labor Practices

    What steps must the LPN’s follow to unionize? What unfair labor practices need to be avoided by LPN’s? National Labor Relations Act “Federal and state laws guarantee the right to form unions! Eligible employees have the right to express their views on unions‚ to talk with their co-workers about their interest in forming a union‚ to wear union buttons‚ to attend union meetings and in many other ways to exercise their constitutional rights to freedom of speech and freedom of association.” The

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  • National Labor Relations Commission (Philippines)

    What is NLRC ? National Labor Relations Commission (Philippines) The National Labor Relations Commission is a commission organized by the Philippine government to resolve‚ investigate and settle disputes between employees and employers. The NLRC is a subsequent part of the Department of Labor and Employment where its policies and programs are coordinated. The commission dates back to the commonwealth period‚ when the contract labor law act was passed in the United States Congress on January 23

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  • Topics in Labor Relations

    Key Topics in Labor Relations 26 February 2012 Lynne Treykor Collective bargaining‚ as its name implies‚ is achieved when two or more parties come together to make a decision about something. Specifically‚ it is achieved when employers and a group of employees work together to decide important terms and conditions regarding employment. These terms and conditions include compensation as well as rights and responsibilities of employees‚ employers‚ and unions. They can also include guidelines

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  • Labor Management Relations

    ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD (Department of Business Administration) Course: Labor Management Relations (821) Semester: Autumn 2010 Level: MBA CHECKLIST This packet comprises the following material: 1) Text book 2) Assignments # 1 & 2 3) Course outline 4) Assignment 6 forms (2 sets) 5) Assignment and tutorial submission schedule In this packet‚ if you find anything missing out of the above-mentioned material‚ please contact at the address given

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