Posts tagged employee involvement organizations
A Misguided Republican Gift to Big Labor
February 8, 2022 // At the 35,000-foot level, a works council is a collective forum that petitions the employer on improving working conditions, receives communications of proposed changes to working procedures, and engages in formalized labor-management dispute resolution. Typically, the works councils are not empowered to call strikes or other industrial actions but are granted some power to bargain with the employer on behalf of the workers at their given work sites.
Opinion: A new GOP bill would give workers an alternative to unions. Republicans should get behind it.
February 4, 2022 // The proposal — called the Teamwork for Employees and Managers Act, or Team Act — aims to address one of the major problems with the modern U.S. economy: the lack of employee voice within a business.