Duty to Bargain in Good Faith
By Management Labor Lawyer | | NLRB
Each side has the duty to bargaining in good faith during union negotiations. Oftentimes, though unfair labor practice charges are levied against employers alleging a violation of this duty. Given the current make-up of the National Labor Relations Board, proving a violation of the duty to bargaining in good faith is very easy. The duty…Read More →
What is a Duty to Bargain in Good Faith?
By Management Labor Lawyer | | Negotiations, NLRA
The duty to bargain in good faith is found in Section 8(d) of the National Labor Relations Act.and governs negotiating collective bargaining agreements between labor unions and management. Both unions and employers must bargain in good faith. To bargain in good faith means to meet at reasonable times and confer in good faith with respect to wages, hours,…Read More →