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The NLRB and the appropriate bargaining unit

by John E. Abodeely

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Published by Industrial Research Unit, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- National Labor Relations Board.,
  • Collective bargaining unit -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby John E. Abodeely, Randi C. Hammer, Andrew L. Sandler.
    SeriesLabor relations and public policy series -- no. 3 1981., Labor relations and public policy series -- no. 3, 1981.
    ContributionsHammer, Randi C., Sandler, Andrew L.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 359 p. ;
    Number of Pages359
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17898786M
    ISBN 100895460289
    LC Control Number80085252
    OCLC/WorldCa7218949

    A New Look at NLRB Policy on Multiemployer Bargaining Steven L. Willborn propriety or appropriate dimensions of a multiemployer bargaining unit, but the National Labor Relations Board has endorsed thispractice and The term "appropriate bargaining unit" in labor parlance is a : Steven L. Willborn. Boston College Law Review Volume 8 Issue 2Number 2 Article 1 Determination of the Appropriate Bargaining Unit by the NLRB: A lack of Objectivity Perceived.

    THE NLRB AND DETERMINATION OF THE APPROPRIATE UNIT: NEED FOR A WORKABLE STANDARD T. L. GRooMs* INTRODUCTION The National Labor Relations Act, as amended,' Section 9 (c),2 provides for the filing of a petition when a substantial number of the employees wish to be represented for collective bargaining and the.   Employer may repudiate Sec. 8(f) contract where no employees in bargaining unit By Ronald Miller, J.D. In a case of first impression in the Sixth Circuit, the appeals court held that an employer had the right under the NLRA to repudiate both its statutory and contractual obligations under a Section 8(f) collective bargaining agreement when it.

      The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has announced that it will resume conducting representation elections on April 6, On Ma , because of the coronavirus (COVID) pandemic, the NLRB had ordered the temporary suspension of Board-conducted elections through April 3, . 1. How does the NLRB determine if the bargaining unit proposed by the labor organization is appropriate? The statutory provisions in section 9(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act give to the National Labor Relations Board the power or the exclusive jurisdiction to determine the appropriate unit for collective bargaining purposes when such a decision is required in a representation case or an unfair.


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The NLRB and the appropriate bargaining unit by John E. Abodeely Download PDF EPUB FB2

Unions will have a much tougher time getting their foot in the door through small groups of employees organized into micro-bargaining units, thanks to a decision by the National Labor Relations.

NLRB and the appropriate bargaining unit. Philadelphia: Industrial Research Unit, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania, (OCoLC) ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: NLRB and the appropriate bargaining unit / by John E.

Abodeely. The entrustment to the NLRB of the right to designate appropriate bargaining units has created numerous problems. One of the most controversial and complex problems is the choice which the Board often is required to make between a craft and an industrial unit.

There are many things a union may do, before as well as after it is recognized or certified as the bargaining representative of a unit of employees. Some of these have been mentioned already. As a.

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The NLRB and the Appropriate Bargaining Unit (Labor Relations and Public Policy Series, Report)Cited by: 1. The bill that required the NLRB to certify a union if the majority of employees signed union authorization cards, stated a procedure for the invocation of the first collective bargaining agreement, and imposed penalties for employer violations of certain unfair labor practices was called the: The book A Theory of the Labor Movement, in.

As expected, in Specialty Healthcare, NLRB No. 83 (), the Board in a decision overruled Park Manor and adopted a new standard for determining appropriate bargaining units. Under the new standard, so long as a union's petitioned-for unit consists of a clearly identifiable group of employees, the Board will presume the unit is.

DETERMINATION OF APPROPRIATE BARGAINING UNIT BY THE NLRB: PRINCIPLES, RULES, AND POLICIES. WALTER L. DAYKIN* THE statutory provisions in section 9(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act. give to the National Labor Relations Board the power or the ex- clusive jurisdiction to determine the appropriate unit for collective Author: Walter L.

Daykin. Appropriate Bargaining Unit. the group of employees determined by the NLRB to be an appropriate unit for collective bargaining purposes. Book. Salting. Salters are employees of union who try to get hired to create a union within that workplace - prevent salting through background checks.

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appropriate circuit court of appeals enforcing the Board’s order. (2) In some cases, however, the regional director, who has authority to withdraw the complaint before the hearing (§), may conclude that an informal settlement agreement of the type described in § is appropriate.

Such agreement is File Size: KB. This decision contradicts the NLRB's holding, PCC Structurals, which overturned a case (Specialty Healthcare) that had let labor unions "cherry-pick" bargaining units, said James.

Definition of a Bargaining Unit. A bargaining unit is simply a group of workers who are logically placed together for purposes of union representation in collective bargaining. Subject to specific statutory and regulatory restrictions, the initial determination of whether a proposed unit is appropriate is.

After the NLRB adopted a new standard for determining bargaining-unit composition, many expected fewer micro-units would result. PCC Structurals, NLRB No. () (PCC I).However, when the employer filed a request for review (appeal) of the Regional Director’s decision allowing, on remand, a “micro-unit” of its employees to vote on union representation under the new.

test for determining bargaining unit composition in all industries. As expected, in Specialty Healthcare, NLRB No. 83 (), the Board in a decision overruled Park Manor and adopted a new standard for determining appropriate bargaining units. Under the new standard, so long as a union’s petitioned-for unit consists of a.

(b) Where extraordinary circumstances exist, the Board shall determine appropriate units by adjudication. (c) Where there are existing non-conforming units in acute care hospitals, and a petition for additional units is filed pursuant to sec. 9(c)(1)(A)(i) or 9(c)(1)(B), the Board shall find appropriate only units which comport, insofar as practicable, with the appropriate unit set forth in.

How does the NLRB determine if the bargaining unit proposed by the labor organization is appropriate??. Expert Answer In order to prevent or minimize interruptions of the free flow of commerce growing out of labor disputes, employers and employees and their representatives, in any industry affecting commerce, shall view the full answer.

The decision in PCC Structurals, Inc., NLRB No. () erased the much derided concept of “micro-units” and reinstated the traditional community of interest test for use in determining the appropriate bargaining unit in representation cases.

The newly-readopted traditional test considers factors such as functional integration. book and/or Personnel Manual reference in #19 below. (7) The total cost and cost per hour/month worked of each of the fringe benefits enumerated in #6 above for all bargaining unit employees. (8) A distribution of bargaining unit employees by hour (weeks) of vacation entitlement for the cur-rent calendar year for all bargaining unit employ-ees.

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), independent federal agency created by the U.S. Congress in to administer the National Labor Relations Act (also called the Wagner Act).The act was amended in through the Taft-Hartley Act and in through the Landrum-Griffin Act.

The primary functions of the NLRB are (1) to decide, when petitioned by employees, if an appropriate .In yet another significant decision overturning a controversial Obama-era ruling, the NLRB has reverted to its prior standards in determining what will be an appropriate bargaining unit for union organizing and bargaining.

PCC Structurals, Inc., NLRB No. (Decem ).The NLRB and the appropriate bargaining unit / by John E. Abodeely, Randi C. Hammer, Andrew L. Sandler Industrial Research Unit, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pa Australian/Harvard Citation.