From Labor Law to Employment Law: What Next?
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Edwards, Harry T.; Seitz, Virginia A.
[Excerpt] If bargaining is broad-based (in nonfragmented units) and if the parties have full resort to a reasonable panoply of economic weapons, the stakes usually will be too high for either side to press for impasse. But in the event of a breakdown in negotiations, the parties should be allowed to engage in a fair fight.
labor law; employment law; collective bargaining; negotiation
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