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Attorney Stuart Davidson Discusses Union Representation, Labor Relations Law & Collective Bargaining Lawyer Stuart W. Davidson, union-side labor attorney and partner at Willig, Williams & Davidson discusses the firm’s extensive experience serving as legal counsel […]
Have unions and collective bargaining outlived their usefulness? Al Loyst, CAW union member and long-time coach with the Queen’s IRC Labour Relations programs, discusses the decline of unions in Canada, and why he believes unions […]
Informative Speech: NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement Informative Speech: NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement
Collective Bargaining, What’s It Good For? Institute of Employment Rights’, film on collective bargaining, featuring Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC.
Law Degree Jobs With Unions – Negotiate Collective Bargaining Agreements Law degree jobs working for a union are explored in this interview with Kathy Finn, the Director of Collective Bargaining for the UFCW Local 770 […]
How can the dynamics of collective bargaining impact the outcome of your negotiations? In this Q&A video, Queen’s IRC facilitator Gary Furlong discusses how understanding the dynamics and skills for negotiating a collective agreement can […]
Collective Bargaining and the Bottom Line: Q&A with Heritage Foundation’s James Sherk Faced with an $8 billion budget deficit, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is on the verge of signing a bill that would prevent […]
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING: Struggles and Successes The United Steelworkers standing up for collective bargaining rights. As a union, we bargain to protect jobs, protect income, and protect benefits. Each year, 2,500 contracts are bargained for our […]
Collective Bargaining in South Africa 20130305_CollectiveBargSouth Africa’s Free Market Foundation has announced that it will be approaching the courts to compel the country’s lawmakers to review some aspects of labour relations regime in South Africa.