Bargaining of successor employers

Skotzko, Eugene
August 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Aug70, Vol. 93 Issue 8, p72
Academic Journal
Reports that the National Labor Relations Board has reaffirmed the principle that employees' rights under a collective bargaining agreement survive a change of ownership despite the fact that the successor employer is not a party to the contract. Case example of Burns International Detectives Agency.


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