Limiting Collective Bargaining for Public workers, is union busting to some? Soooooo
Title VII of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, signed by Jimmy Carter~ governs federal employer and employee labor relations.
"The scope of mandatory collective bargaining for federal employees is limited to personnel employment practices only."
How is this FEDERAL law any different from what Wisconsin, Ohio, and many other states are looking to do?
Federal employees have an option to join a union. The union negotiates on behalf of all federal employees but their powers are limited. Federal employees are easier to fire than most people think. Union busting takes away an employee's right to have a say in not only their salary structure and benefits but also working conditions. Take away any negotiation and we could see businesses abusing their employees, much like Wal-Mart does now. Businesses that have unions should require all employees to become members. It's not fair for a few to be members and negotiate everyone's salaries and benefits leaving those who are not members taking advantage of those doing the negotiation on their behalf. The other benefit of belonging to a union is that you have a voice when it comes to lobbying and campaign donations. To bust a union is to bust a voice and leverage.
Answer by Les1951 at 1:59 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
Answer by Carpy at 2:02 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
If you can discuss Carter, Bush is on the table
Answer by Carpy at 2:05 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
Answer by Carpy at 2:06 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
you can discuss Carter, Bush is on the table
Why do you make such a stupid statement as that?
The law was SIGNED by CARTER.
Because YOU STPUIDLY say BUSH is OUT OF OFFICE...its IN THEPAST...you and all the other conservies here.....so how STUPID for one to say that ..then post something about Carter in 78...
I believe because she is referencing a law that CARTER signed.
Answer by QuinnMae at 2:18 PM on Mar. 2, 2011
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