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TitleCAUT collective bargaining manualAuthorPublishedOttawa ON : CAUT 2006
Status:Check Shelves SubjectCollective bargaining -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Collective bargainingCategoryTheory and practice of educationMediaBookCall NumberLB2335.88 C2 C363 2006TypeBookDescription
1. Introduction -- 2. What is collective bargaining? 2.1 Balancing priorities. 2.2 A power relationship. 2.3 Unionized associations. 2.4. Non-unionized associations -- 3. Preparing for Negotiations. 3.1 Organization. 3.2 Working collectively. 3.3 Research. 3.4Consultation. 3.5 Bargaining mandate --
4. Drafting proposals. 4.1 Drafting process. 4.2 Pointers for drafting -- 5. Bargaining strategy -- 6. At the bargaining table. 6.1 Protocol. 6.2 Record-keeping and paper flow. 6.3 Speaking at the table. 6.4 Flow of proposals & counter-proposals. 6.5 Bargaining in good faith. 6.6 Hard bargaining. 6.7 Bargaining for money. 6.8 Speaking skills. 6.9 Listening skills. 6.10 Effective use of caucus. 6.11 Seize opportunities --
7. Reaching agreement. 7.1 When to settle. 7.2 Removing items from the table. 7.3 Duration of the agreement. 7.4 Pacing. 7.5 Outstanding grievances. 7.6 Ratification -- 8. Third-party assistance. 8.1 Conciliation. 8.2 Mediation. 8.3 Arbitration -- 9. Strike
Appendices. I Training. II Release time for negotiators. III Interest-based or mutual gains bargaining. IV Bad faith bargaining. V Glossary of bargaining terms.
90 pages; 22 cm
7 copies in Library
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING CAUT PRIORITIES RELATIONSHIP UNIONS ASSOCIATIONS NON-UNIONIZED COLLECTIVELY RESEARCH CONSULTATION MANDATE PROPOSALS PROCESS POINTERS DRAFTING STRATEGY RECORD-KEEPING SPEAKING SKILLS LISTENING CAUCUS OPPORTUNITIES AGREEMENT SETTLE REMOVING ITEMS DURATION PACING GRIEVANCES RATIFICATION THIRD-PARTY CONCILIATION MEDIATION ARBITRATION STRIKE TERMINOLOGY