bargaining agent


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bargaining agent

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an organization, usually a trade union, that acts or bargains on behalf of a group of employees in collective bargaining
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2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The NetJets Unions Coalition is an alliance comprised of the NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP), the collective bargaining agent for the 3,000-plus pilots who fly in the service of NetJets, and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 284, which represents approximately 500 NetJets dispatchers, flight attendants, maintenance controllers, mechanics and stock clerks.
22 to join the Air Line Pilots Association union, becoming the first employee group at the discount carrier to choose a bargaining agent.
The Texas-based collective bargaining agent for the 10,000 pilots of American Airlines has issued a response regarding recent media reports that pilots were disrupting flight schedules with trivial maintenance requests.
Karachi -- Representatives of Pakistan State Oil (PSO) management amicably concluded negotiations with the office bearers of the Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA) representing union employees for the renewal of the contract with the trade union.
Certified collective bargaining agent for the 10,000 pilots of American Airlines, the Allied Pilots Association (APA), on Wednesday voiced its support for the new flight and duty times rules for commercial pilots.
Managing Director PIA - accompanied by senior officers discussed the issues between the corporation and CEPIA - a representative body of pilots, engineers, technicians, Employees Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA) and the Senior Staff Association.
The FTC found that the PPA in effect renders NTSP as the sole bargaining agent of the competing physicians, and thus facilitates price fixing among competitor physicians.
When negotiations began in December, 119 PHC employers were "missing in action", ie they had not authorised a bargaining agent to represent them at the negotiations, despite their employees having voted to be part of the MECA.
He describes the earliest years of the unions and their resurgence between the world wars, along with their decline after World War II, the changes in union structures and influence, the role of the union as collective bargaining agent and as agent of political change, recent signs of revival, and the future he sees in which unions retreat, rebound, and renew.
The college's part-time faculty - or adjuncts - voted 208-41 to align their fledgling Part-Time Faculty United group with the American Federation of Teachers, which would act as their exclusive bargaining agent in contract negotiations next year.
After two months of negotiations, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) has recognized Barbados' largest trade union as the bargaining agent for its workers, reports The Nation (March 21, 2002.
BALTIMORE -- Workers at Baltimore City Community College this month became the second in the state's university system to unionize, choosing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees as their collective bargaining agent.