Background: In 2000, the United American Nurses was founded by the state nurses associations of the American Nurses Association (ANA) who had collective bargaining units
in order to prevent erosion of membership at the national level.
Canon law and the typical governance practice utilized in parish schools make a compelling argument that each parish school represents a single community of interest and collective bargaining unit
As the dissent in Health Care recognized, the reason that supervisors are excluded from the collective bargaining unit
is that these persons have been imbued by management with traditional management powers, and therefore management must have their undivided loyalty.
That was the issue with which the courts were confronted in this Kentucky case which went all the way to the United States Supreme Court on the issue of whether or not registered nurses should be included as members of a collective bargaining unit
It would require public school and community college employees who are members of a collective bargaining unit
but who refuse to join the union to pay a fee to the union to cover the cost of representing them.
RAB), acts as the collective bargaining unit
and will eventually come to fair economic terms with the building union.
Many school officials across the country were not aware of or simply ignored the Supreme Court's 1988 Regents decision that the University of California violated the Private Express Statutes by allowing the use of its campus mail service for correspondence to faculty members from the union that was trying to organize them into a collective bargaining unit
The agreement, which is effective from September 2011, completes the merger of the Atlas and Polar crew forces into a single collective bargaining unit
with an integrated seniority list.
We have events planned to address transition into practice, developing leadership skills, improving competence as a collective bargaining unit
or as an advanced practice nurse, engaging with patients as partners in the delivery of care, and working as an interprofessional team to improve care for veterans in our civilian healthcare system-and lots more
It is made up of members of the towns unions, a retiree and other groups who are insured, but may not be part of a collective bargaining unit
The 700-member Association of Deputy District Attorneys, which had been representing prosecutors informally, is now recognized as a collective bargaining unit
Would a collective bargaining unit
ever require a physician to go on strike and ignore the Hippocratic Oath during negotiations?