Collective Bargaining Agreement


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Collective Bargaining Agreement

The contractual agreement between an employer and a Labor Union that governs wages, hours, and working conditions for employees and which can be enforced against both the employer and the union for failure to comply with its terms. Such an agreement is ordinarily reached following the process of Collective Bargaining. A high profile example of such bargaining happens in the world of professional Baseball.

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In contrast, the 3rd Circuit has held if there is silence on the issue in collective bargaining agreements, they may allow an employer to modify or eliminate benefits.
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If ratified, their collective bargaining agreement will be extended by five years.
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Evidence indicates that collective bargaining is associated with lower transfer rates out of urban high-poverty schools to another school in the district or to a school in a different district, and that urban school districts with a collective bargaining agreement, low-poverty schools are about as likely as high-poverty schools to replace transferring teachers with first-year teachers.
According to AFP, the pilots allege that the action violates labor law and their collective bargaining agreement with the airline.
With the NBA's collective bargaining agreement set to expire July 1, Stern said at an afternoon news conference he was optimistic that the league and players association could reach a new agreement before the end of the season.
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Volkswagen and IG Metall brought negotiations on the company collective bargaining agreement to a successful conclusion in Hanover on Monday night.

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