The Ins and Outs of Good Faith Bargaining
Many managers and HR professionals do not fully understand the legal requirements of good faith bargaining under the National Labor Relations Act in connection with labor negotiations. This material will help individuals appreciate and comprehend the legal framework that has developed over many decades of precedent of the National Labor Relations Board related to collective bargaining. Failure to follow these rules can result in prolonged litigation before the NLRB and appeals courts, as well as potential economic damages resulting from flawed bargaining and implementation of employment terms. This information is critical for employers to navigate the waters of negotiating collective bargaining agreements.