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ERIC Number: ED085022
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Nov
Pages: 103
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Issues of Collective Bargaining at the University of California-Berkeley.
Kemerer, Frank R.
The issues of collective bargaining as they are being discussed and debated at the University of California-Berkeley are presented. The paper is divided into 5 sections, the first being a discussion of the legal framework within which the debate is presently being conducted. This section also includes a detailed discussion of proposed changes in the present public employee law, since much of the debate at Berkeley is being conducted with an eye to the future. The next section discusses the indirect and direct reasons for organizing aside from preparing for a change in the law. The third section describes the nature of the competing organizations and the approach to collective bargaining. With these 3 sections completed, the last 2 parts of the paper are devoted to an in-depth discussion of the issues of collective action at Berkeley and how they would be affected by change in the existing law. It is the thesis of this paper that the resolution of these issues of collective bargaining will have a profound effect on the Berkeley campus. (Author)
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Identifiers - Location: California (Berkeley)