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Special Report on

Current Collective Bargaining Agreements

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Beginning in 1947, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) acted under the mandate of the Taft-Hartley Act, also known as the Labor-Management Relations Act, to solicit collective bargaining agreements and make them available in a publicly accessible file. In September 2007, responsibility for maintenance of collective bargaining agreements and continued collection of these agreements was officially transferred within the U.S. Department of Labor, from the BLS to the Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) of the Employment Standards Administration (ESA). This transfer was a result of Secretary's Order 4-2007, which ...
The full name of the organization is The Animation Guild and Affiliated Optical Electronic and Graphic Arts, Local 839 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes and Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories and Canada, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations / Canadian Labour Congress .
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
A11043 - NY Senate Open Legislation - Amends definition of ...
Section 1 amends ?220 of the Labor Law to change the methodology for determining the local prevailing wage for public works projects to require that data from employers not subject to collective bargaining agreements be used when establishing this wage. Section 2 amends ?230 of the Labor Law to further define the locality for purposes of prevailing wage to mean the county where such a public works projects will be conducted, or in the case of a project spanning two counties, the average of those two. Defines a locality in a city of one million or more in population to be all of the counties comprising that city. market research, surveys and trends
Sinking Ship: The U.S. Postal Service | Washington Examiner
on the state of the U.S. Postal Service this week. The opening sentence states, “USPS’s business model is not viable,” and from there the picture only gets worse. The USPS, although no longer officially a government agency, is a case study of the biggest problems with government programs and government agencies. The 80-page report makes mention of the Postal Service’s $12 billion in losses in the last three years, $3 billion in debt to the U.S. Treasury, and $55 billion in unfunded obligations for retiree pensions and health care. What ails the USPS? The immediate problems are flagging mail volume and ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
CURRENT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS

Collective Bargaining Agreements: Safety And Health Provisions ...
Union cooperation on matters of safety and health, the establishment of a joint local labor-management safety and health committee, protective clothing, and safety "dos and don'ts" are the most frequently appearing subjects in 744 private-sector collective bargaining agreements expiring between August 1997 and July 2007 Safety and health issues are a major concern today for both employers and union representatives. The cost of workers compensation and health care benefits, the long-tailed effect of exposure to health hazards, the premature loss of future years of employment, and the prevention of human suffering ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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fied in current collective bargaining agreements that are designed to promote better student performance. .... pals in DPS after receiving a $22 million grant from .... Percent of Students in Proficient and Advanced by Race/Ethnicity ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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INFORMATION RESOURCES

New Jersey Senate LH
l ANSWER: The 1.5% does not impact current employees until their current collective bargaining agreements (agreements in effect on the effective date of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
What Can You Tell Me About Collective Bargaining Expirations and ...
There are several reasons why it is difficult for BLS to identify accurately the relationship between collective bargaining agreement expirations and work stoppages; most reflect the fact that the data series were established as separate programs, were maintained for different purposes, had separate databases, and were not coordinated for research purposes. Some of the questions that the Bureau’s collective bargaining staff receive pertain to the relationship between collective bargaining agreement expirations and work stoppages: 1) Does the work stoppage series distinguish between strikes and lockouts? 2) What percent of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
2007-2012 CSU-AAUP/BOT CONTRACT - Table of Contents
CSU-AAUP Collective Bargaining Agreement. 2007-2011. Table of Contents. Page i. Preamble . ...... 12.2.1 Current Salary . ...
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CURRENT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
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Labor Unions: union and sale of business, legitimate expectation ...
Someone wants to buy my business and I don't know if the union contract would continue with a new owner or if the contract would become void.  I don't want to ask the union representative because I don't want my employees to know that I'm thinking of selling. I own a bakery.  Another bakery with representation from the same union was sold a few years ago and this resulted in their contract becoming void.  Is there a common rule that a union contract becomes void with the sale of a business? Answer Aloha, Elaine: In answering your questions, the first thing we need to talk about are the rules of ...
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The increased use of technology in the workplace has created new concerns for both employers and employees in the area of privacy.� The reasons for the vast expansion in the use of technology in the workplace are far from surprising.� Use of email and the Internet can immensely reduce operating costs through automation of human tasks, facilitate communication on innumerable levels, clearly increase efficiency in almost all tasks, allow for geographic and other business expansion, and less obviously, it can even reduce the amount of real estate and inventory that companies require. Susan E. Gindin, Guide to Email and Internet in ...