Michigan Labor Law
... The handbook is divided into three parts. Part I is an overview of labor unions,
union membership, and the organized labor movement as a whole. It includes a brief history
of the movement as well as an explanation of the advantages and disadvantages to employees
of joining a union. It also explains ...
PRINTER`S NO. 1612 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
... employees of all available facts or information on which to make
an informed decision; and
WHEREAS, The secret ballot election ensures that all
employees in a collective bargaining unit have input, via their
private vote, as to whether they want to be represented by a
WHEREAS, The "card c ...
The Blue Eagle at Work
The Blue Eagle at Work: Reclaiming Democratic Rights in the American Workplace is a legal treatise written by Charles J. Morris which analyzes collective bargaining under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the federal statute governing most private sector labor relations in the United States. Published in 2005 by Cornell University Press, the text claims that the NLRA guarantees that employees under that Act have the right to bargain collectively through minority unions—but only on a members-only basis—in workplaces where there is not an established majority union, notwithstanding that the present practice and general understanding of the law is that only majority-union employees are entitled to engage in collective bargaining on an exclusivity basis. Contracts resulting from such minority-union bargaining would apply to union members only, not to other employees.