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Trade Union Recognition

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Once the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) accepts an application and the bargaining unit has been agreed on or decided, the CAC panel has to decide whether to call a ballot on union recognition. The main test is the level of union membership in the bargaining unit. If the CAC panel is not satisfied that the majority of the workers in the bargaining unit belong to the union making the application, it has to call a ballot on union recognition. If necessary, the CAC panel can require: you to provide information concerning the workers in a bargaining unit the union to provide information concerning the union members in a ...
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Stabroek News - The Trade Union Recognition Board has nothing to ...
The Guyana Bauxite and General Workers Union (GB&GWU) is paying keen attention to recent statements being made by the Minister of Labour, Manzoor Nadir and Chief Labour Officer (CLO), Yoganand Persaud on the television and in the newspapers. The union has taken note that these gentlemen are now saying that they recognize the GB&GWU as the bargaining agent for workers at the Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc (BCGI). In the case of Minister Nadir, he is saying before he acts he has to await the decision of the Trade Union Recognition and Certification Board. This is not the truth because the board has nothing to do with the Minister ... market research, surveys and trends
A deepening of collusion between Govt. and BCGI
On Tuesday May 18, the Workers Committee formed by the Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc. (BCGI) met with the Trade Union Recognition and Certification Board (TUR&CB), under the chairmanship of Justice Prem Persaud, and was advised of a pending survey at the site to determine if the workers still wanted the Guyana Bauxite and General Workers Union (GB&GWU) to represent them. While the Union is confident it has the support of the workers, the Board’s recent action given its five-month old inaction to a complaint before it by the Union on this impasse is worthy of attention. On January 12, 2010 the GB&GWU met with the Board and in a ... market research, surveys and trends

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Trade unions and strikes: a snapshot of the industrial scene
We are not going back to the old battles. I will say now that there's going to be no repeal of all Tory union laws. That is not what the country or your members want. Ballots before strikes are here to stay. No mass or flying pickets. All the ghosts of time past, they are exorcised. Leave them where they lie. So said Tony Blair in September at this year's TUC conference, in a speech which received a rather subdued response from the delegates. Blair's view is often supported by politicians and academics alike. They suggest that we now have a more rational and level headed way of conducting industrial relations in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Trade Union Presence and Employer-Provided Training in Great Britain
or so establishments employed roughly 18.6 million employees, .... Training incidence provided by employees; trade union recognition, by managers. ... formal training incidence in a year is typically about 15 percent (Loewen- ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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INFORMATION RESOURCES

Trade union recognition in Britain, 1995–2002: turning a corner?
ing: Campaigning for Trade Union Recognition (London, Routledge) pp. 79–96. Gall , G. and S. McKay (1994), 'Trade Union Derecognition in Britain 1988–1994' ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FRUS, 1958-60, Vol. X, Part 1: 19 - Cyprus
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Union Recognition and Collective Bargaining, Logan_Perspectives_sp09
Trades Union Congress general secretary and current European Trade Union ... a result of the fundamental differences between the union recognition law in ...
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Grunwick dispute at AllExperts
the union. The Post Office union agreed to deliver Grunwick's mail on the condition that ACAS would now be able to consult the Grunwick workers, which Ward at first did not agree with but complied with eventually. ACAS could therefore only ballot the strikers and a small proportion of those still at work (who had received a pay raise). ACAS recommended on this evidence that there should be recognition of APEX but the management rebutted this by publishing an internal opinion poll which showed that those working were hostile to union recognition and challenging ACAS in the courts. Three Labour Government Ministers on the ...