bargaining unit


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bargaining unit

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a specific group of employees who are covered by the same collective agreement or set of agreements and represented by the same bargaining agent or agents
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For many years, the bargaining unit of about 80 people had been represented by Professional and Technical Employees Local 17 (PTE 17).
The government of Ontario and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) have ratified a four-year extension agreement for the Unified Bargaining Unit.
These micro-bargaining units and the potential problems they create for business are illustrated by a recent NLRB ruling that the cosmetics and fragrances department employees in a single Macy's store were a distinct bargaining unit for the purposes of unionization and collective bargaining with the employer.
Allowing just 223 workers to set up their own bargaining unit could lead to "fragmentation" of employees, with lots of small groups "competing" for the best terms and conditions.
It found that Lidl's concerns about fragmentation of the workforce were "not well founded" and that the 223-member bargaining unit was "appropriate".
Court of Appeals for District of Columbia Circuit recently granted an Aggregate Industries petition for review of a National Labor Relations Board decision involving the transfer of work between Construction and Ready-Mix bargaining unit drivers represented by Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers Local 631, Las Vegas.
Each bargaining unit functions differently, and each bargaining unit has a "better" way of hearing from its members.
De Vries said the Bank and its management are committed to this partnership with NAFINU as representative of its members in the bargaining unit.
The election concerned the formation of a bargaining unit comprising all on-site professionals and nonprofessionals, excluding the guards.
Unions will now be able to unionize small parts of a company even though they could not achieve a majority vote in a more broadly defined traditional bargaining unit.
The Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SPEEA) IFPTE Local 2001 on Thursday announced that pilots and instructors in Flight Training Services have voted to join SEEPA's Airplane Manufacturing Pilots Association (AMPA) bargaining unit.
Under the process chosen by union advocates, supporters need to collect signed cards from at least 50 percent of those in the proposed bargaining unit, plus one.