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Negotiable Items - Wages, Hours, and Working Conditions

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Negotiable Items - Wages, Hours, and Working Conditions

Category: Webinars on Demand

The scope of bargaining is broad and not specifically defined by the law.  There is both the obligation to negotiate over a decision to modify a term or condition of employment within the scope of bargaining and  the obligation to negotiate over the impact of an agency decision even if the agency has the right to make the decision unilaterally.  This is confusing and frustrating.   Confusing because the scope of bargaining has generally expanded based on cases issued by the Public Employment Relations Board, and frustrating because it often unclear as to whether a decision or just the impact of a decision must be negotiated.  Come listen to an hour where Peter Brown tries to makes this difficult topic easier to understand.

Who Should Attend?
Human Resources and Labor Relations professionals, Managers and Directors

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