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Unionization at a Mid-size Retailer

October 30, 2000
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They weren't small enough for the union to totally take over, but not big enough for all-out warfare.
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When the Unions Come Calling

October 30, 2000
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How you handle an attempt at organization will affect relations with your employees for years to come -- whether you win or lose.
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Unionization at a Large Service Company

October 30, 2000
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The workplace became a quiet, angry battleground, and productivity took a nosedive.
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Unionization at a Small E-Commerce Company

October 30, 2000
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In the end, the employees didn't really care about a union -- they wanted someone to listen.
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Employee Representation Ruling Means New Work for HR

September 15, 2000
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Policies that meet the needs of employees are your best defense, says guest columnist Joanne Bowman.
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Verizon Strike The Dark Side of the Good Economy

August 22, 2000
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The problems highlighted at Verizon aren't likely to disappear soon, says guest columnist Shari Randall.
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Charitable Solicitation

February 17, 2000
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This legislation would allow employers to permit solicitations and distributions by charitable groups -- but not unions -- without committing an unfair labor practice.
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Gain Control of Arbitrations at the Bargaining Table

December 19, 1999
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There is a solution available to employers who are losing too many discharge and other arbitrations.
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Mandatory ADR policies What Do You Need to Do

November 12, 1999
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Your company wants to implement a mandatory arbitration program for its employees, but you have heard conflicting information about whether such an agreement will stick. Can you legally impose a mandatory arbitration policy?
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Election Letter Doesn’t Fully Explain Strike Consequences

November 4, 1999
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The election results were set aside and a new election ordered by the NLRB.
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