Organized Labor - Police Employees
Category: Relationships and Society > Law
Asked by: attorney26-ga
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27 Jul 2006 05:16 PDT
Expires: 26 Aug 2006 05:16 PDT
Question ID: 750034
1. Is it possible to hold an election and have a union recognized and the representative organization when there is no recognized collective bargaining. The entity is a municipal organization, so the Mayor is not required to go to the table to negotiate and has indicated that he has no intention to do so. So, can we hold an election and designate a bargaining unit and a representative organization without collective bargaining? 2. If you can accomplish the above, what are the benefits to doing so and are there any drawbacks to doing so? 3. If you can accomplish number 1, what are the steps, citing authority> To politicalguru_ga the jurisdication is in the U.S. in Louisiana.
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Re: Organized Labor - Police Employees
From: politicalguru-ga on 25 Aug 2006 14:07 PDT
Dear Attorney, I'm so sorry, I have seen this question only today! I will try to answer it, but recommend that you'd repost it (if you're still interested in an answer) without addressing me specifically, as my health is not the best lately and I might be off the computer for a while.
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