The Employer's Duty to Bargain On Termination of Unit Work

Gacek, Stanley A.
October 1981
Labor Law Journal;Oct81, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p659
Academic Journal
Analyzes historical development of a law governing an employer's duty to bargain with a union over decisions terminating bargaining unit work as defined by the National Labor Relations Board and the federal courts in the United States. Concern about decision-bargaining law; Potential of being an effective weapon in the trade-union's arsenal of litigation strategies. INSET: MENTAL HEALTH INQUIRIES ARE INVALID.


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