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Instead, the employees have to initiate an election by gathering signature cards calling for a vote from at least 30 percent of the bargaining unit.
This extension agreement covers issues applicable to the Unified Bargaining Unit, with a four-year term of January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2021.
A new joint-employer ruling by the NLRB that will require employers who use staffing agencies to enter into multi-employer bargaining agreements if the employees of both entities organize into a single bargaining unit.
A proliferation of small bargaining units across the company was not compatible w ith "efficient management", it argued.
Aggregate Industries transferred work from one bargaining unit to another over the objections of the union representing both units," observes Senior Circuit Judge A.
I have had the sincere privilege of watching some MNA Local Bargaining Units transform in the past year.
The bargaining unit refers to all employees who are permanently employed by Bank Windhoek, irrespective of their job grades, but exclusive of the Bank's management staff.
Circuit heard the case to argue that the proposed bargaining unit was inappropriate because there was no community of interest within the group.
This vote brings the membership of the expanded AMPA/SPEEA bargaining unit to 105 members.
If the state determines that the group has met that requirement, it would certify the new bargaining unit.
A bargaining unit is not defined in the legislation, and there is no requirement that workers who sign union cards must be employed full time.
The complaint, filed Monday with the National Labor Relations Board, contends that Ampersand Publishing, which owns the paper, is "subcontracting and/or using employees it labels 'temporary' employees to perform bargaining unit work.