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  1. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Hazard Communications; Definition of Trade Secret and Disclosure of Trade Secrets to Employees, Designated Representatives and Nurses Rule (29 CFR Part 1910)

    Adoption: 1986-09-23 | USA-1986-R-2714

    Modifies the trade secret definition and the trade secret access provisions of the Hazardous Communication Standard (29 CFR Part 1910.1200). Permits, under certain conditions, employees and their representatives, as well as occupational health professionals such as doctors and nurses, to have access to trade secrets.

  2. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Act to amend the National Labour Relations Act. Public Law 96-593 (H.R. 4774).

    Adoption: 1980-12-24 | USA-1980-L-11920

    Provides that any employee who is a member of a religion or sect historically having a conscientious objection to joining or financially supporting a labour organisation shall not be required to do so.

  3. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Act to amend the Shipping Act 1916 to exempt collective bargaining and related agreements from regulation by the Federal Maritime Commission. Public Law 96-325 (H.R. 6613).

    Adoption: 1980-08-08 | USA-1980-L-11907

    Amends sections 1, 15 and 45.

  4. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service - Assistance in the Health Care Industry Rule (29 CFR Part 1420)

    Adoption: 1979-07-16 | USA-1979-R-12120

    Functions of the Service in health care industry labor disputes.

  5. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    An Act to amend title 10, United States Code, to prohibit union organization of the armed forces, membership in military labor organizations by members of the armed forces, and recognition of military labor organisations by the government and for other purposes. - US Code

    Adoption: 1978-11-08 | USA-1978-L-99629

  6. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 Rule.

    Adoption: 1978-10-16 | USA-1978-L-12696

    Amendments to 41 CFR Ch. 60-Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Equal Employment Opportunity, Department of Labor. Updating of rules to consolidate compliance responsibility for equal employment opportunity.

  7. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-454 (S. 2640)) (5 U.S.C., 1701 et seq.). (Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Act) - US Code

    Adoption: 1978-10-13 | Date of entry into force: 1979-01-01 | USA-1978-L-12695

    Makes provisions in respect of, inter alia, merit system principles, prohibited personnel practices, employees' rights, Federal Labour Relations Authority, powers and duties of the Authority, rights and duties of agencies and labour organisations, unfair labour practices and duty to bargain in good faith.

    SUBCHAPTER I - GENERAL PROVISIONS
    Sec.
    7101.Findings and purpose.
    7102.Employees' rights.
    7103.Definitions; application.
    7104.Federal Labor Relations Authority.
    7105.Powers and duties of the Authority.
    7106.Management rights.

    SUBCHAPTER II - RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF AGENCIES AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS
    7111.Exclusive recognition of labor organizations.
    7112.Determination of appropriate units for labor organization representation.
    7113.National consultation rights.
    7114.Representation rights and duties.
    7115.Allotments to representatives.
    7116.Unfair labor practices.
    7117.Duty to bargain in good faith; compelling need; duty to consult.
    7118.Prevention of unfair labor practices.
    7119.Negotiation impasses; Federal Service Impasses Panel.
    7120.Standards of conduct for labor organizations.

    SUBCHAPTER III - GRIEVANCES, APPEALS, AND REVIEW
    7121.Grievance procedures.
    7122.Exceptions to arbitral awards.
    7123.Judicial review; enforcement.

    SUBCHAPTER IV - ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER PROVISIONS
    7131.Official time.
    7132.Subpenas.
    7133.Compilation and publication of data.
    7134.Regulations.
    7135.Continuation of existing laws, recognitions, agreements, and procedures.

  8. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Labor-Management Relations in the Federal Service Rule (29 CFR Parts 201 to 206)

    Adoption: 1975-05-07 | USA-1975-R-18748

    Replaces, inter alia, sections 202.1 to 22 (representation proceedings), 203.1 to 27 (unfair labor practices proceedings) and 204.1 to 23 (standards of conduct).

  9. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Act to amend the National Labor Relations Act. Public Law 93-360 (S. 3203)

    Adoption: 1974-07-26 | USA-1974-L-15315

    Inter alia, amends sections 8 (notification preceding strikes), 19, (individuals with religious convictions) and 213 (conciliation of labor disputes in the health care industry).

  10. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    General Statement Concerning the Election Provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 Rule (29 CFR Part 452)

    Adoption: 1973-06-27 | USA-1973-R-16055

    Revised text of 29 CFR Part 452 - General statement concerning the election provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 [LS 1959 - USA 1]. Numerous amendments.

  11. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Executive Order concerning the National Commission for Industrial Peace (No. 11710)

    Adoption: 1973-04-04 | USA-1973-R-16050

    Sets up an International Commission for Industrial Peace, inter alia, to explore methods by which labour and management may best reconcile their differences through the collective bargaining process consistent with the public interest in the outcome of negotiations.

  12. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employee-Management Relations Commission Rule (22 CFR Parts 803 and 804)

    Adoption: 1972-04-12 | USA-1972-R-16668

    Parts 803 and 804 relate to unfair practice proceedings and standards of conduct.

  13. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Procedure under Section 10(a) to (i) of the National Labor Relations Act Rule (29 CFR Part 102)

    Adoption: 1970-12-08 | USA-1970-R-18610

    Amends para. 102.31 (c) and adds (e).

  14. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 (39 US Code 1004, 1201-1209). - US Code

    Adoption: 1970-08-12 | USA-1970-L-99640

    The Act makes the NLRA applicable to employees in the postal service who do not have supervisory or management roles. They have the same rights to organized and be collectively represented as other workers. However, the Act requires that collective agreements be for a minimum of two years and it also establishes a special bargaining impasse resolution machinery. Postal workers are prohibited from striking and if disputes can not be resolved through voluntary measures, the disputes are referred to a panel to investigate and their findings are binding on the workers involved.

  15. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Standards of Conduct for Labor Organizations Rule (29 CFR Part 204)

    Adoption: 1970-06-12 | USA-1970-R-18601

  16. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Labour-Management Relations in the Federal Service (29 CFR Part 25)

    Adoption: 1970-01-28 | USA-1970-R-18597

    Replaces chapter II relating to employee representatives and unfair labour practices and implements sections 6, 9, 10, 18 and 19 of Executive Order 11491 of 29 October 1969.

  17. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Construction Industry Collective Bargaining Commission Regulations (29 CFR, Subtitle B, Chapter IX, 900-999). - 29 CFR  900-999

    Adoption: 1970 | USA-1970-R-96852

    900. [RESERVED]
    901.1 to 901.7. Policy Statement on Collective Bargaining Disputes and Applicable Procedures
    902-999. [RESERVED]

  18. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    National Mediation Board Regulations (29 CFR, Subtitle B, Chapter X, 1200-1299). - 29 CFR  1200-1299

    Adoption: 1970 | USA-1970-R-96853

    1200. [RESERVED]
    1201.1 to 1201.6. DEFINITIONS
    1202.1 to 1202.15. RULES OF PROCEDURE
    1203.1 to 1203.3. APPLICATIONS FOR SERVICE
    1204.1 to 1204.3. LABOR CONTRACTS
    1205.1 to 1205.4. NOTICES IN RE: RAILWAY LABOR ACT
    1206.1 to 1206.7. HANDLING REPRESENTATION DISPUTES UNDER THE RAILWAY LABOR ACT
    1207.1 to 1207.4. ESTABLISHMENT OF SPECIAL ADJUSTMENT BOARDS
    1208.1 to 1208.7. AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION
    1209.01 to 1209.10. PUBLIC OBSERVATION OF NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD MEETINGS
    1210-1299. [RESERVED]

  19. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services Regulations (29 CFR, Subtitle B, Chapter XI, 1400-1499). - 29 CFR  1400-1499

    Adoption: 1970 | USA-1970-R-96854

  20. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Executive Order Concerning Labor-Management Relations in the Federal Service (No. 11491)

    Adoption: 1969-10-29 | USA-1969-R-33297

  21. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Policies and Procedures for Carrying Out the Provisions of the Service Contract Act of 1965 and the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended Rule (41 CFR Part 1)

    Adoption: 1968-12-17 | USA-1968-R-18365

  22. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act, 1959 (29 U.S.C., Chapter 11, 401-531). - Legislation on-line United States Code

    Adoption: 1959 | Date of entry into force: 1959-09-14 | USA-1959-L-31132

    Protects employees rights to organise, choose their own representatives, bargain collectively and to eliminate or prevent improper practices on the part of labour organisations, employers and labour relations consultants.

    SUBCHAPTER I - General Provisions ( 401 to 402)
    SUBCHAPTER II - Bill of Rights of Members of Labor Organizations ( 411 to 415)
    SUBCHAPTER III - Reporting by Labor Organizations, Officers and Employees of Labor Organizations, and Employers ( 431 to 441)
    SUBCHAPTER IV - Trusteeships ( 461 to 466)
    SUBCHAPTER V - Elections ( 481 to 483)
    SUBCHAPTER VI - Safeguards for Labor Organizations ( 501 to 504)
    SUBCHAPTER VII - Miscellaneous Provisions ( 521 to 531)

  23. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Office of Labor-Management Standards, Department of Labor (29 CFR - Subtitle B, Chapter II, 200-299). - 29 CFR  200-299

    Adoption: 1950 | USA-1950-R-96848

    215.1 Purpose.
    215.2 General.
    215.3 Employees represented by a labor organization.
    215.4 Employees not represented by a labor organization.
    215.5 Processing of amendments.
    215.6 The Model Agreement.
    215.7 The Special Warranty.
    215.8 Department of Labor contact.

    The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) of the U.S. Department of Labor administers and enforces most provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 (LMRDA). The LMRDA primarily promotes union democracy and financial integrity in private sector labor unions through standards for union officer elections and union trusteeships and safeguards for union assets. Additionally, the LMRDA promotes labor union and labor-management transparency through reporting and disclosure requirements for labor unions and their officials, employers, labor relations consultants, and surety companies.
    OLMS also administers provisions of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 and the Foreign Service Act of 1980, which extend comparable protections to Federal labor unions. OLMS does not have jurisdiction over unions representing solely state, county, or municipal employees. In addition, the Division of Statutory Programs (DSP) administers DOL responsibilities under the Federal Transit Act by ensuring that fair and equitable arrangements protecting mass transit employees are in place before the release of Federal transit grant funds.

  24. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Office of Labor-Management Standards, Department of Labor (29 CFR - Subtitle B, Chapter II, 400-499). - 29 CFR  400-499

    Adoption: 1950 | USA-1950-R-96850

    SUBCHAPTER A - LABOR-MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
    400 [RESERVED]
    401.1 to 401.19. Meaning of Terms used in the Subchapter
    402.1 to 402.13. Labor Organization Information Reports
    403.1 to 403.11. Labor Organization Annual Financial Reports
    404.1 to 404.9. Labor Organization Officer and Employee Reports
    405.1 to 405.11. Employer Reports
    406.1 to 406.10. Reporting by Labor Relations Consultants and other Persons, Certain Agreements with Employers
    408.1 to 408.13. Labour Organization Trusteeship Reports
    409.1 to 409.7. Reports by Surety Companies
    417.1 to 417.25. Procedure for Removal of Local Labor Organization Officers
    451.1 to 451.6. Labor Organizations as defined in the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959
    452.1 to 452.138. General Statement Concerning the Election Provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959
    453.1 to 453.26. General Statement Concerning the Bonding Requirements of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959

    SUBCHAPTER B - STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
    457.1 to 457.20. General
    458.1 to 458.93. Standards of Conduct
    459.1 to 459.5. Miscellaneous

    SUBCHAPTER C - EMPLOYEE RIGHTS CONCERNING PAYMENT OF UNION DUES OR FEES
    470. [RESERVED]

    SUBCHAPTER D - NOTIFICATION OF EMPLOYEE RIGHTS UNDER FEDERAL LABOR LAWS
    471.1 to 471.23. Obligations of Federal Contractors and Subcontractors; Notification of Employee Rights under Federal Labor Laws
    472-499 [RESERVED]

  25. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Labor Management Relations Act, 1947 (29 U.S.C., Chapter 7). - US Code

    Adoption: 1947 | Date of entry into force: 1947-06-23 | USA-1935-L-31133

    Governs the rights of employers and trade unions in labour relations matters. It establishes the National Labour Relations Board, and contains specific provisions concerning election of trade union representatives, prevention of unfair labour practices, Board investigatory powers, the right to strike, religious convictions, conciliation of labour disputes, boards of inquiry, injunctions during national emergencies, and related matters.

    SUBCHAPTER I - GENERAL PROVISIONS
    141. Short title; Congressional declaration of purpose and policy
    142. Definitions
    143. Saving provisions
    144. Separability

    SUBCHAPTER II - NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT, 1935 [not part of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, which comprises this chapter]

    SUBCHAPTER III - CONCILIATION OF LABOR DISPUTES; NATIONAL EMERGENCIES
    171. Declaration of purpose and policy
    172. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
    173. Functions of Service
    174. Co-equal obligations of employees, their representatives, and management to minimize labor disputes
    175. National Labor-Management Panel; creation and composition; appointment, tenure, and compensation; duties
    175a. Assistance to plant, area, and industrywide labor management committees
    176. National emergencies; appointment of board of inquiry by President; report; contents; filing with Service
    177. Board of inquiry
    178. Injunctions during national emergency
    179. Injunctions during national emergency; adjustment efforts by parties during injunction period
    180. Discharge of injunction upon certification of results of election or settlement; report to Congress
    181. Compilation of collective bargaining agreements, etc.; use of data
    182. Exemption of Railway Labor Act from subchapter
    183. Conciliation of labor disputes in the health care industry

    SUBCHAPTER IV - LIABILITIES OF AND RESTRICTIONS ON LABOR AND MANAGEMENT
    185. Suits by and against labor organizations
    186. Restrictions on financial transactions
    187. Unlawful activities or conduct; right to sue; jurisdiction; limitations; damages
    188. Repealed. Aug. 9, 1955, ch. 690, 4(3), 69 Stat. 625

    SUBCHAPTER V - CONGRESSIONAL JOINT COMMITTEE ON LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS

  26. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    National Labor Relations Act (29 U.S.C. Chapter 7, Subchapter II). (NLRA) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1935 | USA-1935-L-105993

    Congress enacted the National Labor Relations Act ("NLRA") in 1935 to protect the rights of employees and employers, to encourage collective bargaining, and to curtail certain private sector labor and management practices, which can harm the general welfare of workers, businesses and the U.S. economy.

  27. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    National Labour Relations Board (29 CFR - Subtitle B, Chapter I, 100-199). - 29 CFR  100-199

    Adoption: 1934 | USA-1934-R-96839

    Contains provisions concerning administrative regulations, statements of procedures and other rules and regulations concerning the board.

  28. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Norris-LaGuardia Anti-Injunction Act of 1932

    Adoption: 1932 | USA-1932-L-31134

    Rules in respect of jurisdiction of courts in matters affecting employers and employees, such as the issuance of restraining orders and injunctions; public policy in labour matters; nonenforceability of undertakings in conflict with public policy, such as "yellow dog contracts"; and concerted action.

  29. United States of America - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Labor Disputes; Mediation and Injunctive Relief (29 U.S.C., Chapter 5). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1913-03-04 | USA-1913-L-92433

    51. Repealed
    52. Statutory restriction of injunctive relief
    53. "Person" or "persons" defined.

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