December 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Dec72, Vol. 95 Issue 12, p45
Academic Journal
Shows that U.S. labor laws provide that a trade-union's certification shall last at least one year. Loss of trade-union's majority status; Proof of bad-faith bargaining.


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