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Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Contracts™

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What this service is:

With Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Contracts, both sides of the bargaining table get complete "how-to" information and immediate assistance in the time consuming and costly process of preparing for, negotiating, and administering collective bargaining agreements.

What it helps you do:

  • Be better prepared. Never miss a development with extensive coverage of contract settlements and judicial rulings, emerging trends and issues, analyses of innovative contract language and arbitration awards, and up-to-date economic and survey data.
  • Negotiate with confidence. Learn the legal requirements surrounding bargaining—the duty to bargain, appropriate bargaining units, and how to prepare for bargaining, draft effective contract language, and determine costs of contract proposals.
  • Review federal statutory provisions of importance to negotiators and administrators of collective bargaining agreements.
  • Track contract settlements by location, industry, employer, union, and contract duration. Get information on number of employees covered, wage adjustments, old or new average rates of pay, and benefit changes.
  • Have a monthly calendar of upcoming contract expirations and reopenings covering 200 or more workers.
  • Draft contract language using clause samples drawn from the BNA PLUS® library of more than 4,000 contracts on practically every topic covered by a collective bargaining agreement, organized under Bloomberg BNA's labor arbitration classification numbers.
  • Consult useful directories of federal and state government offices and private-sector organizations.
Product Structure

Reference: analysis, guidance and primary source material

Newsletter: current reports providing news and developments

Formats and Frequency

Web reference and newsletter available on the Labor & Employment Law Resource Center.

Print reference material is updated biweekly and indexed every six months. Print newsletter Collective Bargaining Bulletin is issued biweekly.

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  • Alternative work schedules
  • Child care assistance
  • Collective bargaining
  • Consumer price index
  • Contract interpretation
  • Defined contribution plans
  • Duty to bargain
  • Employee benefits
  • Ergonomics
  • Grievance and arbitration procedures
  • Insurance
  • Labor-management cooperation programs
  • Multi-employer pension plans
  • Section 401(k) plans
  • Sexual harassment
  • Smoking
  • Substance abuse
  • Telecommuting
  • Traditional and nontraditional bargaining strategies
  • Traditional, special, and variable compensation programs
  • Training
  • Vacation, holidays, and sick leave
  • Wage patterns in certain industries
  • Working conditions
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