Written by Frank Ferris, a labor relations practitioner since 1971, Collective Bargaining reports and analyses hundreds of precedents that shape collective bargaining law offering commentary and best practice tips. Chapters are titled by using the FLRA’s language for ease of use. Each chapter focuses on short excerpts from the key cases stating the legal rule. Many chapters close with a comment on how to best comply with the law and a discussion of the flaws or inconsistencies in current case law.
Negotiators use this book to quickly settle disputes over what the law requires. Attorneys use the text to write briefs, and the parties will find the book useful in planning their overall bargaining strategies. Students of any NLRB-derived collective bargaining law will benefit from this concise review of the laws, which also quotes some NLRB case decisions. Topics covered are:
Also includes a detailed table of contents and table of cases.
Also available as a .pdf file on a CD-ROM or as an ebook for instant download.
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