Collective Bargaining Agreement

Some articles on collective bargaining agreement, agreement, agreements, bargaining:

Baseball Collusion - 1966–1968 - Collective Bargaining Agreement
... new union leader Marvin Miller negotiated baseball's first Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with team owners ...
Side Letter (collective Bargaining)
... A side letter or side agreement is a collective bargaining agreement that is not part of the underlying or primary collective bargaining agreement (CBA ... One may distinguish side letters from "side settlements" or "settlement agreements", which settle a dispute arising from the underlying CBA ... In rare cases, bargaining parties may use a side letter to adjust the focus of the contract if the parties are not yet ready or willing to adapt the contract formally ...
Randi Weingarten - UFT Presidency - Collective Bargaining
... on November 15, 2000, without a successor agreement ... to let the AFSCME contract set a pattern for the UFT's bargaining ... A new collective bargaining agreement raising wages 16 to 22 percent and lengthening the work week by 100 minutes was agreed to on June 10, and ratified by the union on ...
Chauffeurs, Teamsters, And Helpers Local No. 391 V. Terry - Facts
391, were parties to a collective bargaining agreement which governed employment at McLean ... filed a grievance with the union, alleging that McLean had breached the collective bargaining agreement by giving inactive employees preference over them ... Carolina, alleging that McLean had violated the collective bargaining agreement in violation of the Labor Management Relations Act, 29 U.S.C ...

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