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Gain valuable insight into the bargaining goals, expectations, and plans of U.S. employers with labor contracts expiring in 2016. In addition, improve your understanding of management representatives’ ‘‘wish lists’’ for what they expect to obtain at the bargaining table.
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Success in collective bargaining rarely happens by chance. Whether you represent labor or management, the newly released 31st annual Employer Bargaining Objectives 2016 can give you a head start in preparing for your upcoming collective bargaining negotiations.
Bloomberg BNA’s new report provides you with key findings of a comprehensive survey of management representatives’ goals and expectations for their 2016 collective bargaining negotiations with unions, as well as expert analysis of what the findings show. The report provides you with the real-world perspective you need to determine what is best for your organization.
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This Bloomberg BNA survey and resulting report measure employers’ confidence levels concerning their ability to meet their bargaining goals and tracks employer goals and plans regarding wages, health care and other insurance benefits, pensions and retirement savings plans, paid leave and miscellaneous benefits, and job security provisions. The more than 30-year track record of the survey allows for top-notch analysis examining how today’s trends compare with those of five years, 10 years or decades earlier.
Plus, this year’s Employer Bargaining Objectives report provides insights into employer strategies for bargaining over health care requirements impacted by several provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Limits on waiting periods for new employees, the looming excise tax on “Cadillac” plans, and other timely issues are explored.
Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind report! Get the expert insights you expect from Bloomberg BNA and be prepared for future negotiations.
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