Collective Bargaining Agreements
Unionized workplaces normally have collective bargaining agreements as they are used as a negotiation tool between employers and employees. Collective bargaining agreements are designed to improve working conditions and to establish new rules related to hours of employment, overtime, time off, wages, and health and safety issues.
Collective Agreement Bargaining and Contract Negotiation
May Brock Law Group can help you review collective bargaining agreements and will assist with contract negotiations. Some of the key issues in collective bargaining agreements include:
- Wages, hours, and fringe benefits
- Non-discrimination clauses
- Health and safety concerns
- Employee discipline
- Management rights
- Length of contract
- No-Strike Clause
Las Vegas Employment Law Attorney
Collective bargaining requires negotiations between employers and a group of employees. When the collective bargaining procedure is complete, a collective agreement is reached. Employees are represented by a union or a labor organization. Collective bargaining is governed by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The NLRA explicitly grants employees the right to collective bargain and join trade unions. The NLRA has established procedures for the selection of a labor organization to properly represent employees in collective bargaining. Contact our Las Vegas office for more information about collective bargaining agreements.