What is the extent and coverage of collective bargaining?

What is the extent and coverage of collective bargaining?

Collective bargaining coverage is an indicator of the extent to which the terms of workers’ employment are influenced by collective negotiation.

What is enterprise level bargaining?

Enterprise-level bargaining where, in any given organization, bargaining may take place at either plant level or at divisional level. In large national organizations bargaining usually occur at national levels, or at regional levels. In federal jurisdictions, bargaining would occur at the national level.

What are the methods of collective bargaining?

Generally, there are four important methods of collective bargaining, namely, negotiation, mediation, conciliation and arbitration for the settlement of trade disputes.

What are the 3 types of enterprise agreements?

The three key types of enterprise bargaining agreements are:

  • single enterprise agreements;
  • multi-enterprise agreements; and.
  • greenfield agreements.

What are the seniority provisions in a collective bargaining agreement?

The bulletin deals with seniority provisions, and is based on an examination of collective bargaining agreements on file in the Bureau. This chapter was prepared by, and under the direction of, Abraham Weiss and by Eleanor R. Lehrer of the Bureau’s Division of Industrial Relations.

How does the extension of collective bargaining affect wages?

The extension of collective bargaining contracts imposes minimum wage requirements on all firms in an industry, potentially compressing the wage distribution and reducing wage inequality. A first indication of that compression effect can be obtained by examining the degree of concentration of earnings around the bargained minimum wage.

When is the final rule for overtime pay?

On May 20, 2020, the Department of Labor announced a final rule that allows employers to pay bonuses or other incentive based pay to salaried, nonexempt employees whose hours vary from week to week.

Do you have to pay overtime over 40 hours a week?

The federal overtime provisions are contained in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Unless exempt, employees covered by the Act must receive overtime pay for hours worked over 40 in a workweek at a rate not less than time and one-half their regular rates of pay.