Collective Bargaining and Labour Law

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Essay #: 052092
Total text length is 13,089 characters (approximately 9.0 pages).

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Collective Bargaining and Labour Law 
According to Midanik (1943, p. 349), every statute that he referred to prohibited poor labour practices such as the termination or refusal to hire a worker because of their membership with a union. 
The change of employment relationship between employee relations to labour relations, once the implementation into a unionized workplace has been completed, means that unions now have the responsibility of ensuring job security, adequate compensation and working conditions for their members, and to encourage a supportive workplace environment (Bogardus, 2004, p. 135).  The union thus becomes an authority over the employees in addition to the employer.  
Some proponents of collective bargaining agreements...
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