Union Organizing

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    The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is the primary federal law governing the relationship between labor unions and employers in the private sector. The NLRA guarantees the rights of employees to organize and bargain collectively with their employers. The NLRA provides for two primary processes by which a labor union can be certified as the...

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    10-RC-061226Jillden Realty Management Co. 601 Lumpkin Street Fort Benning, GA 31905 Columbus Metal Trades Counsil Petition Filed: July 14, 2011 10-RC-061277Tenet Health Systems CB, Inc. 303 Parkway Drive, Northeast Atlanta, GA 30312 Southeast Region Workers United SEIU Petition Filed: July 15, 2011 10-RC-061343Tenet South Fulton, Inc...
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    With employee morale at an all-time low (more than 60% of surveyed employees plan to leave their jobs in 2010, according to Right Management), unions are becoming more appealing to American workers. According to the NLRB, unions won more than 70% of their elections in 2009, and those numbers are expected to climb. Learn how unions are using...
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      On March 10, the Employee Free Choice Act (also known as the "Card Check" law) was re-introduced in both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives. If EFCA passes it could open the doors to unions, force arbitration of open contract issues, and increase penalties on employers for alleged unlawful conduct during the union...
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